Sea eagles in Dutch nature reserve


This is a video of a juvenile sea eagle (and hooded crows) eating carrion in winter.

Three sea eagles, it is reported, are staying this summer in the Biesbosch nature reserve in the Netherlands.

One of the birds is a juvenile female, which fledged in 2008 from the white-tailed eagle nest in the Oostvaardersplassen nature reserve.

That these birds stay in the Biesbosch in summer may be a hopeful sign that this rare species may start nesting there. Of the three eagles, two are visibly “in love” with each other.

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