Venus (2009-2010)


Venus was a young sea eagle from Mull.  She was named after the Goddess of love and beauty, flowers and Spring.  Venus’ parents have never had wing tags so far less is known about them than the Loch Frisa pair, but they are  very experienced parents and regularly raise a chick each year.  Their nest site was the one which saw the  first ever successful nesting attempt for the reintroduced population of sea eagles in 1985. 



Annual Movements

Venus was tagged in partnership with the RSPB as part of their Mull sea eagles programme.  To view details of her movements please visit their website:

Movements and range of Venus in 2010

Movements and range of Venus in 2009










Reproductive History

Venus did not reach breeding age during our studies.