Young Dutch sea eagles ringed


This video shows white-tailed eagles hunting in Flevoland province in the Netherlands.

This May, not only a young sea eagle in Dutch national park Oostvaardersplassen has been ringed.

Earlier this month, also two eaglets in Zwarte Meer nature reserve were ringed. These two young birds weighed 4 and 5 kilogram respectively. As food, their parents had brought to the nest a northern pike, a bream, seven coots, four great crested grebes, two gadwall ducks and a hare.

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