The Netherlands: first white-tailed eagle chicks hatch


White-tailed eagle

According to Dutch news agency Novum, this spring in The Netherlands, the first white-tailed eagle chicks ever recorded in Dutch history, have hatched.

At the end of March, the eagles started to breed.

At the end of April, as became known today, the eaglets hatched in Flevoland province.

I myself saw this biggest eagle of Europe, a relative of the American bald eagle, there this winter.

However, with no idea then that this species would breed there next spring.

Its usual breeding grounds are more to the north and east in Europe.

White-tailed eagle in Britain: here.

In British Columbia in Canada, there is a bald eagle chicks live webcam at their nest.

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