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Four white-tailed eagles released on Kerry-Limerick border

Aug 24, 2020 16:08 By radiokerrynews
Four white-tailed eagles released on Kerry-Limerick border Four white-tailed eagles released on Kerry-Limerick border
Eagles release Shannon Estuary. Pic by Cathal Mullane, 23/8/20
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Four white-tailed eagles have been released on the Kerry-Limerick border. They were released at a site on the Shannon Estuary in the North

Four white-tailed eagles have been released on the Kerry-Limerick border.

They were released at a site on the Shannon Estuary in the North Kerry/West Limerick area.

Meanwhile, a further two white-tailed eagles were also released at Lough Derg in County Tipperary.

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All ten eagles, which were brought into Ireland in June from Norway, have now been released into the wild.

It's part of a scheme to bolster the white-tailed sea eagle population in Ireland.

 

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