Dutch sea eagle and spoonbill chicks


This is a video about the Oostvaardersplassen sea eagle nesting season in 2007.

For the sixth year now, after an absence of centuries of nesting sea eagles in the Netherlands, this spring at least one eaglet has hatched in Oostvaardersplassen nature reserve, Staatsbosbeheer in the Netherlands says.

There is a white-tailed eagle nest in Lauwersmeer reserve as well this spring. The birds there started breeding a bit later, so people don’t know about hatched eaglets yet.

This April, spoonbill chicks in the Quackjeswater reserve have also hatched.

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