How can I help the Sea Eagle Project?

It is not uncommon now for visitors to the west of Scotland and the Hebrides to catch sight of a sea eagle. They are bigger, noisier and less shy than golden eagles and a popular analogy is that they resemble a ‘flying barn door’! All sightings are useful in tracking dispersal, survival and individual life histories. The more details you can provide the more valuable your record. Look out for any coloured tags on the wings, and try to read the letter, number or symbol which will reveal which individual it is. Remember to include you name and address so we may contact you to confirm details.

Please send all records to
RSPB, Etive House, Beechwood Park, Inverness IV2 3BW Tel 01463 715000