juvenile white tailed
eagle photo by Carol Bennetto
coast birds release program:
White tailed Sea Eagle by kind
permission of Sindri Skulason
views of White tailed Sea Eagles can be had
from many areas on the island, and a
circular route from Salen to Loch na Keal
round to Loch Scridain and through Glen
More, back to Craignure will provide plenty
of opportunities to see both Golden Eagles
and White tailed Sea Eagles.
Scarisdale Rocks in Loch na Keal is another
favorite place, these birds can sit around
for hours on the rocks provided they are not
disturbed.Scan any and all of the hills for
Golden Eagles which can be seen in most
|note the tag style
of these (and other) East coast
young birds in another release
A white tag with a
distinctive black bar above and
below the letter or number
We would expect to
find these birds over on the west
at some time during this winter
and any sightings (with tag
details) would be greatly
year the young birds are tagged on the
upper wing only, with a coloured tag
with a white or black letter. Different
wing tags are also used on some other
birds and these have a single colour with
a white base plus a number.
is more valuable information when reports
include tag details.
This is the web
site of Alan Spellman, 'Maridon'
Lochdon, Isle of Mull.