White-tailed Eagle (Sea Eagle) Haliaeetus albicilla

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White-tailed Eagles are a rare visitor to Norfolk, usually in winter and mostly from Scandinavia. Birds have been reintroduced to parts of Scotland and at least one wandering bird from one of these populations has also made it to Norfolk.

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adult White-tailed Eagle, Vossemeerdijk, northwest of Kampen (Overijssel, Netherlands), 2nd February 2014

 

adult White-tailed Eagle, Vossemeerdijk, northwest of Kampen (Overijssel, Netherlands), 2nd February 2014 - a different bird to the one above

 

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White-tailed Eagles, Vossemeerdijk, northwest of Kampen (Overijssel, Netherlands), 2nd February 2014 - both of the above birds

 

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immature White-tailed Eagle, Vossemeerdijk, northwest of Kampen (Overijssel, Netherlands), 2nd February 2014 - a third bird

 

juvenile White-tailed Eagle, north of Anmer (Norfolk, UK), 23rd February 2013