Dutch sea eaglet ringed

This is a Dutch TV video about ringing white-tailed eagle chicks in Oostvaardersplassen nature reserve. Every year since 2005, the sea eagles have bred succesfully in this nature reserve.

While the eaglet was ringed, the wardens of the Oostvaardersplassen also investigated what the white-tailed eagles ate. They found perch, grey lag goose, coot, and roe deer rests.

Scottish sea eagles: here.

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