Wednesday, 6 August 2008

Follow the birds with satellite tracking

This year's sea eagle chicks Mara and Brèagha have been fitted with satellite tracking tags and you can follow their flight online - see the RSPB's sea eagle tracking pages. As yet, the chicks haven't moved very far, but it won't be long before they are going further afield.

The site also has some excellent images of the chicks being ringed.

The full address for the tracking site is

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