A Saga of Sea Eagles by John A. Love

By John A. Love

this can be a much-needed replace on a pioneering reintroduction venture and its much-celebrated luck. It additionally offers crucial history and a logical and target precis of its justification and importance in worldwide conservation phrases. it's very a lot a private account, even if essentially dependent upon and cognisant of the technological know-how, deriving a lot from the author’s personal reports and researches, and liberally illustrated commonly through the author’s photos and drawings. This intimate account tells all that has occurred because the reintroduction of the White-tailed Sea Eagle first started and precisely how its successes over the next 3 and a part a long time have acquired such around the world acceptance and acclaim. It describes the pioneering Rum releases (Phase 1) with which the writer have been in detail concerned, summaries of the Wester Ross (Phase 2) and East Scotland (Phase three) releases with updated details at the present Irish venture in Kerry. The publication contains a type of the eagles and their folklore and data in regards to the bird’s background, distribution and biology together with its breeding and feeding conduct. The reader learns how the kudos of getting Sea Eagles nesting in the community has introduced substantial fiscal gain to Scottish groups, because it has in Norway and elsewhere.

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