This is a video about birds in the Lauwersmeer national park in the Netherlands.
Sea eagles have been absent as breeding birds from the Netherlands for centuries. In 2006, eaglets hatched for the first time in Oostvaardersplassen nature reserve; where this species then kept nesting. Oostvaardersplassen continued to be the only place in the Netherlands with a successful white-tailed eagle nest.
Until this spring. According to a report from today, wardens in Lauwersmeer reserve say that sea eagles at a local nest have changed their behaviour, indicating that very probably, babies have hatched from the eggs.
Last year, there was a sea eagle nest in the Lauwersmeer as well. However, it did not produce eaglets then yet.