This is a French white-tailed eagle video, from the Lac du Der.
From Dagblad van het Noorden in the Netherlands:
Forester Jan Willems is optimistic about that happening next spring. “That would be the second time ever in the Netherlands. Next year, our male and female will be mature.”
September 2009. Scotland’s breeding population of sea eagles has reached two landmarks – with the highest number of breeding pairs and more young successfully fledged that at any time since the birds were first reintroduced in 1975: here.
Natural England, and the RSPB, assisted by the Forestry Commission, have been looking at the feasibility of re-introducing the white-tailed eagle – also known as the sea eagle – to East Anglia, and the Suffolk coast is being considered as a possible future home for white-tailed eagles: here.
Suffolk coastal sites being assessed for possible release of white-tailed eagles: here.