Two eaglets born, Lauwersmeer, the Netherlands


This video from the Netherlands is about ringing a young sea eagle, born in Lauwersmeer National Park in 2011.

Staatsbosbeheer in the Netherlands reports that recently, on 6 May, two new-born sea eaglets were seen in the white-tailed eagle nest in Lauwersmeer nature reserve.

Also in 2011 and in 2012, the Lauwersmeer eagles nested successfully. In both years, one young eagle grew up, and learned to fly. I saw the daughter, born in 2012, getting flying lessons.

Lauwersmeer 2016 sea eagle nest: here.

Lauwersmeer fungi: here.

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