Young sea eagle hatched for first time in Dutch Zwarte Meer

This video is about a white-tailed eagle (aka sea eagle) nest.

Translated from Natuurmonumenten conservation organisation in the Netherlands:

May 7, 2015, 15:59

At the Vogeleiland [bird island] in the Zwarte Meer lake a young sea eagle has hatched. That’s a first for a Natuurmonumenten area! Never before an eagle has nested successfully in one of our properties.

Nest fourteen meters high

Ranger Ruben Kluit says: “The huge nest of the eagle is fourteen meters high in a poplar. In 2009 the eagles built a nest in the same tree. That was lost in a spring storm. It’s great that they have now succeeded. What a beautiful moment when the young bird was visible for the first time !”

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