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.
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.