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We're tracking white-tailed eagles on the island of Mull, Scotland. Follow the highs and lows of their journey right here.
Posted by john clare
Browse our photos of the white-tailed eagle chicks being fitted with their satellite tags.
Click the name of a bird to view their route
Sadly Breagha, Venus, Oran, Mara and Shelley's satellite tags are no longer transmitting. The map shows their last known locations.
Follow the routes on Google Earth
Birds of prey continue to be killed, despite the fact that it is illegal and has been for decades. Some are still shot or poisoned, and their nests are targeted by egg-collectors. Please add your voice to our campaign to stop the killing.
This project is a partnership between Mull Eagle Watch (Forestry Commission Scotland, Scottish Natural Heritage, the RSPB, Mull & Iona Community Trust and Strathclyde Police), Highland Foundation for Wildlife, Natural Research Ltd, BBC Autumnwatch and the Sea Eagle Project Team.
The Mull Eagle Hide is graded by VisitScotland as a five star “exceptional wildlife experience” and it gained a Silver Award in the Green Tourism Business Scheme.
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