Angus 33 (2011 – Present)


Angus 33 is a sibling to Angus 26, and both young eagles were tagged in the Angus Glens in 2011 by Ewan Weston and colleagues, using our satellite transmitters.

He was satellite tagged as part of the RaptorTrack programme.  This is a partnership programme between the Highland Foundation for Wildlife, the Cairngorms National Park Authority, Scottish Natural Heritage, RSPB and private estates within the park, and has its own website:

To view details of the recent movements of Angus 33 click on the following link:   ANGUS 33 2012

Annual Movements

Angus 33 first travelled away from his nest site on 12th October.  He travelled to Abernethy on 21st October but returned home again.  In early December he headed to the Glenlivet area and in 2012 has been ranging around the central Highlands.

Movements and range of Angus 33 in 2011


To view details of the movements of Angus 33 click on the relevant link:      ANGUS 33 2012

Angus 33 2011


Reproductive History

Angus 33 is not yet old enough to breed.  If he survives we would expect him to breed when he is four years old.