Photo by Peter Cairns / Royal Society for the Protection of Birds
GOOD NEWS IN SCOTLAND
Pictured above is a Golden Eagle (Aquila chrysaetos) in the Cairnsgorn National Park, in north east Scotland. Cairnsgorn is the largest British National Park at 4,528 sq. kms. Numbers of the Golden Eagle have risen and there are now more than 500 breeding pairs, up 15% and passing the threshold at which the species' long-term future is thought viable.
Photo by Martin Mecnarowski (http://www.photomecan.eu/)
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