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    1.The impact of the White-tailed Eagle Haliaeetus albicilla and the Osprey Pandion haliaetus on Estonian Common Carp Cyprinus carpio production: How large is the economic loss? By Joosep Tuvi and Ülo Väli

    2.The White-tailed Sea Eagle Haliaeetus albicilla. Population and Breeding Productivity in Estonia and some regions of NW Europe. By Tiit Randla and Einar Tammur

    3.Mortality Factors, Environmental Contaminants, and Parasites of White-Tailed Sea Eagles from Greenland. By Oliver Krone, Frank Wille, Norbert Kenntner, David Boertmann and Frieda Tataruch

    4.Recording movement and activity pattern of a White-tailed Sea Eagle by a GPS datalogger. By Oliver Krone, Anne Berger, Robert Schulte

    5.Causes of mortality in White-tailed Sea Eagles from Germany. By Oliver Krone, Torsten Langgemach, Paul Sommer and Norbert Kenntner

    6.Ingestion of lead from ammunition and lead concentrations in white-tailed sea eagles in Sweden. By B. Helander a, J. Axelsson, H. Borg, K. Holm, A. Bignert

    7.Using Raptors as Environmental Sentinels: Monitoring the White-tailed Sea Eagle in Sweden. By Bjoern Helander, Anders Bignert and Lillemor Asplund

    8.Birding by Feather: A Molt Primer. By Peter Pyle

    9.Flight feather moult of White-tailed Eagles/Germany. By B. Struwe-Juhl and R. Schmidt

    10.Patterns of moult in large birds of prey. By Carl Edelstam

    11.The triumphant return of the white tailed eagle. By Finnish Environment Institute SYKE

    12.White-tailed Sea Eagle health monitoring (Scotland). By Natural-Research

    13.White-tailed Sea Eagle DNA (Scotland). By Natural-Research

    14.Migratory concentrations of the White-tailed Eagle near Kremenchuhske Reservoir/Ukraine. By Maxim Gavrilyuk

    15.Natal and breeding dispersal in a reintroduced population of White-tailed Eagles Haliaeetus albicilla.
    By D. Philip Whitfielda; Andrew Douseb; Richard J. Evansc; Justin Grantd; John Lovee; David R. A. McLeoda; Robin Reidc; Jeremy D. Wilson

    16.PE1309/C Overview: Scottish discussion about eagles and lambs (RSPB Scotland response to letter (21 April 2010) sent on behalf of the Scottish Parliament Public Petitions Committee by Mr Fergus D. Cochrane, Clerk to the Committee, regarding Petition PE1309; contains links to current studies and other articles)

    17.Respond to Petition PE1309 (PE1309: Farquhar Macbeath calling on the Scottish Parliament to urge the Scottish Government to amend relevant legislation to remove the protection given to sea eagles and other predators such as foxes, badgers, and ravens in order to allow farmers and crofters, in certain situations, to kill such predators so as to protect their livestock from injury and death incurred by attack. -Find the petition 1309 at item 46-) Scottish Wildlife Trust, May 2010.

    18.White-tailed Eagle Reintroductions in the UK, Greenprint Natural England Presentation, April 2010.

    19.Species action plan/White-tailed Eagle/UK. Argyll and Bute Local Biodiversity Partnership

    20.The Impact of White-tailed Eagles on Sheep Farming on Mull/UK. Final Report. By M. Marquiss, M. Madders*, J. Irvine & D.N. Carss

    21.Re-introduction of animals into England – an overview. Natural England, January 2010

    22.White-tailed Eagles/Gaelic name: Iolairean sùil na grèine/Reintroduction UK. RSPB Scotland

    23. Masters of the sky. Observation report: WTE in Ireland/Killarney National Park

    24.Norwegian sea eagles land in Kerry, Article, 2007. norway.ie

    25.Sea Eagles in East Scotland, fact sheet

    26.East Scotland Sea Eagles, blog

    27.Reflecting the past, article. By Emma Marris, Nature, Vol 462, 5 November 2009

    28.The Use of Green Plant Material in Bird Nests to Avoid Ectoparasites, Peter H. Wimberger
    (Entry contains additional information)

    29.Survey for Hemoparasites in Imperial Eagles (Aquila heliaca), Steppe Eagles (Aquila nipalensis), and White-tailed Sea Eagles (Haliaeetus albicilla) from Kazakhstan.
    By Lynda L. Leppert,Seth Layman,Evgeny A. Bragin and Todd Katzner, 2004

    30.Mesostigmatic Mites (Acari: Mesostigmata) in White-tailed Sea Eagle Nests. By Dariusz J. Gwiazdowicz, Jerzy Bloszyk, Tadeusz Mizera, Piotr Tryjanowski, 2005

    31.Sea eagles being killed by wind turbines, article by Brian Unwin, 2007

    32.Wind farm causes eagle deaths. Article about Smøla, BirdLife 2006
    Sea eagle research at Smøla wind farm. Article about Smøla, Statkraft 2010

    33.Wind turbines and birds in Flanders (Belgium), by Joris Everaert and Eckhart Kuijken, 2007

    34.Birdstrikes with military aircraft and flight altitudes of raptors in Germany, by Ekkehard Küsters and Wolfgang Scheller, 1998

    35.Have Population Increases of Large Birds Outpaced Airworthiness Standards for Civil Aircraft? By Richard A. Dolbeer, Paul Eschenfelder

    36.A review of lead poisoning from ammunition sources in terrestrial birds. By Ian J. Fishera, Deborah J. Paina, Vernon G. Thomas, 2006

    37.Mercury. Field Manual of Wildlife Diseases: Birds; Chapter 45. By J. Christian Franson

    38.Levels of Polychiorinated Biphenyls in Foods in Sweden. By Fredrik Berglund, M. D., 1972

    39.Organochlorines and mercury in white-tailed eagle Haliaeetus albicilla eggs. In: Wildlife and pollution: 2000/01 annual report

    40. White-tailed Eagle diet
    - Diet 1; Diet 2 (The White-tailed-Eagle project)
    - Prey species recorded at sea eagle nest sites in 2006. Breeding season diet (Mull Bird Club, Sea Eagle Project Newsletter)
    - Breeding season diet (Mull Bird Club, Sea Eagle Project Newsletter 2007)

    41.White-tailed Eagle diet
    - The role of scavenging in the predator community of bialowieza primeval forest (Poland), by Nuria Selva Fernández, 2004
    - Decomposition of a wild boar carcass in a heathland, Brandenburg, Germany. Necros Project

    42.White-tailed Eagle Diet
    - Sea eagles not taking lambs to slaughter, article. The Scotsman, November 2009, Jenny Fyall and Mike Me
    - Is Lamb Survival in the Scottish Uplands Related to the Presence of Breeding White-Tailed Eagles (Haliaeetus Albicilla) as well as other Livestock Predators and Environmental Variables? A pilot study into sea eagle predation on lambs in the Gairloch area. Final Report, Scottish Natural Heritage 2010, Commissioned Report 370
    - Details on food and feeding, different countries

    43.White-tailed Eagle diet
    - Birds of prey as limiting factors of gamebird populations in Europe: a review. By Jari Valkama, Erkki Korpimäki, Beatriz Arroyo, Pedro Beja, Vincent Bretagnolle, Elisabeth Bro, Robert Kenward, Santi Mañosa, Stephen M. Redpath, Simon Thirgood and Javier Viñuela, Biol. Rev. (2005), 80, pp. 171–203. f 2004 Cambridge Philosophical Society 171, UK

    44.White-tailed Eagle diet
    - The impact of the White-tailed Eagle Haliaeetus albicilla and the Osprey Pandion haliaetus on Estonian Common Carp Cyprinus carpio production: How large is the economic loss?
    By Joosep Tuvi and Ülo Väli, 2006
    - White-tailed Eagle diet in Europe - diagrams: Mull (Madders & Marquiss); Aland Islands, Finland (Sulvaka et al); Poland (Mrugasiewicz); Avian prey in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany (Struwe-Juhl)
    - White-tailed Eagle diet in Austria - diagrams (The White-tailed Eagle in Austria: The White-tailed Eagle project of the WWF Austria, Remo Probst, 2009)
    - More about WTE diet: see topic "WTE references - non free access"

    45.The illegal killing of birds of prey in Scotland in 2009

    46.PE1309. Document: Petition of Farquhar Macbeath

    47.Hall of Shame. “(…) an updated list of those shooting estates where raptor persecution events, wildlife crime incidents, and/or other alleged associated criminal activities (e.g. firearms offences) have been recorded." (Scotland)

    48.Map of Shame. Bird poisoning incidents, Scotland

    49.Raptor Persecution/Poisoning UK. Links (Articles, maps, information)

    50.Poisoned wild animals and pets. How to handle such cases. Useful hints to investigate poisonings. Guideline for vets and officers (in German language)


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    51.Crimes against birds - what can you do

    52.White-tailed Eagle - Literature search for Eastern Europe. 14-sided list, different WTE themes, Remo Probst, 2009

    53.GPS collar tracking of a white-tailed sea eagle (Haliaeetus albicillia) in Germany , by Oliver Krone

    54.White-tailed Eagle rehabilitation, Romania, 2008/2009

    55.Development and multiplex PCR amplification of novel microsatellite markers in the White-tailed Sea Eagle
    Frank Hailer, Barbara Gautschi and Björn Helander, 2005

    56.Sea eagle plan hits turbulence in East Anglia. BBC News, Mark Worthington, June 2010

    57.Lead Poisoning of Steller´s Sea Eagle and White-Tailed Eagle Caused by the Ingestion of Lead Bullets and Slugs, Hokkaido, Japan. By Keisuke Saito

    58.Back From Extinction. Majestic White-Tailed Eagle Returns to German Skies. David Crossland, 08/10/2007

    59.Poison fear won't halt the release of 20 eagles. Independent.ie, Louise Hogan, Monday June 07 2010

    60.Avian poxvirus infection in a white-tailed sea eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla) in Japan
    Published in: Avian Pathology, Vol. 38, Issue 6, December 2009, pages 485-489

    61.Man fined £600 for disturbing rare sea eagle on nest in Mull. Oil worker first to be convicted under new act UK
    Rita Campbell, published 07/10/2008 in: The Press and Journal

    62.Mulls Sea Eagles UK. Isle of Mull, web site of Alan Spellman

    63.Pre- and post-construction studies of conflicts between bird and wind turbines in coastal Norway
    Progress Report 2008, Norwegian Institute for Nature Research, NINA REPORT 409

    64.Pre- and post-construction studies of conflicts between bird and wind turbines in coastal Norway
    Progress Report 2009, Norwegian Institute for Nature Research, NINA REPORT 505

    65.The reintroduction of the white-tailed eagle to Ireland. Torgeir Nygård, Duncan Halley, Allan Mee. Project report 2009, NINA REPORT 583

    66.Finnish White-tailed sea-eagles Haliaeetus albicilla in satellite tracking, 2009/2010

    67.Remark: White-tailed Eagles, Finland 19th century
    Some information about breeding territories in Finland before 1857 can be found in "Eggs of Finnish Birds": Raptores. Helsingfors, 1881

    68."It is not clear what ingested substance is destroying these rare eagles". Translation of an Estonian newspaper article by Ulvar Käärt

    69.Growth and demography of a re-introduced population of White-tailed Eagles Haliaeetus albicilla
    By Richard J. Evans, Jeremy D. Wilson, Arjun Amar, Andrew Douse, Alison Maclennan, Norman Ratcliffe and Philip Whitfield. Ibis (2009), 151, 244–254. Received 28 May 2008; revision accepted 24 December 2008.

    70.White-tailed eagles in Greenland: Masters of the skies. The Official Tourism and Business Site of Greenland, 2008

    71.Nest-site attendance of the resident White-tailed Sea Eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla) outside the breeding season
    Deivis DEMENTAVIČIUS, Rimgaudas TREINYS, Lithuania. Acta Zoologica Lituanica, 2009, Volumen 19, No. 1

    72.Chlorinated pesticides, polychlorinated biphenyls and potentially toxic heavy metals in organs of white-tailed eagles and northern goshawks. By Norbert Kenntner, 2002

    73.Phylogeny of nematodes from birds of prey. By Michaela Honisch, Germany 2008

    74.The Role of DDE, PCB, Coplanar PCB and Eggshell Parameters for Reproduction in the White-tailed Sea Eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla) in Sweden. Björn Helander, Anders Olsson, Anders Bignert, Lillemor Asplund and Kerstin Litzén, 2002

    75.Mortality Factors, Helminth Burden, and Contaminant Residues in White-tailed Sea Eagles (Haliaeetus albicilla) from Finland
    Oliver Krone, Torsten Stjernberg, Norbert Kenntner, Frieda Tataruch, Juhani Koivusaari and Ismo Nuuja, 2006


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    76.White-tailed Eagles as tourist attraction and economic factor: Bodø, Norway

    77.White-tailed Eagles as tourist attraction and economic factor: Isle of Mull, UK

    78.Watched Like Never Before… the local economic benefits of spectacular bird species
    By Ian Dickie, Julian Hughes and Aniol Esteban, UK 2006

    79.White-tailed Eagle in Ukraine
    Interview with Maxim Gavrilyuk. Date of the interview: 26 December 2009

    80.White-tailed Eagle in Slovenia
    Interview with Dejan Bordjan. Date of the interview: 09 February 2010

    81.Current situation and the biology of the White-tailed Eagle in Bulgaria 2010
    Interview with Emil Todorov. Date of the interview: 12 July 2010

    82.Colour-ringing of White-tailed Eagles 1977-2001
    Sweden (Baltic coast), Sweden (Lapland), Sweden (lake districts), Finland (Baltic coast), Finland (Lapland),
    Finland (lake districts), Germany, Poland, Russia (Kola Peninsula), Russia (Petersburg), Belorus, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania

    83.KAUNAS (LITHUANIA) BIRD RINGING SCHEME (LIK)
    National Report for the EURING General Assembly, (Italy, September 21-23, 2009)

    84.European colour-ring Birding
    - Photo-Guide to Colour-Ringed Birds

    85.Marking with rings 1990-2009
    Page 6. In: Selected trends in bird monitoring and in communication. Urmas Sellis, Eagle Club Estonia, 2010

    86.Results of colour-ringing White-tailed Sea Eagles/Germany. By Struwe-Juhl, B. & T. Grünkorn 2007

    87.The value of ringing for bird conservation
    By Guy Q.A. Anderson and Rhys E. Green. Ringing & Migration (2009) 24, 205–212

    88.What to do if you find a ringed bird

    89.Morphological and genetic sex identification of white-tailed eagle Haliaeetus albicilla nestlings
    Björn Helander, Frank Hailer Carles Vilá
    - Read also: Causes and consequences of reversed sexual size dimorphism in raptors: the head start hypothesis. By Keith L. Bildstein

    90.Sexual Selection, Lek and Arena Behavior, and Sexual Size Dimorphism in Birds. By Robert B. Payne, 1984
    - Read also: First record of interspecific cartwheeling between larger raptors
    By C. Craig Farquhar, William S. Clark, Robert G. Wright, Monica Coello

    91.Avian monogamy. Edited by Patricia Adair Gowaty and Douglas W. Mock, 1985
    - Read also: Breeding density, cuckoldry risk and copulation behaviour during the fertile period in raptors: a comparative analysis. By Francois Mougeot, Animal Behaviour, 2004, 67, 1067–1076

    92.Courtship feeding in birds. By David Lack, 1940

    93.Sea eagle project Newsletter 2005, Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, North Scotland Regional Office (RSPB Scotland)

    94.Sea eagle project newsletter 2006, RSPB Scotland

    95.Sea eagle project Newsletter 2007, RSPB Scotland

    96.Sea eagle project Newsletter 2008, RSPB Scotland

    97.Sea eagle project Newsletter 2009 - will be available soon

    98.Sea eagle project Newsletter 2010 - will be available soon

    99.Towards a Baltic Sea Unaffected by Hazardous Substances. HELCOM Overview 2007
    - Read more: See the Baltic Sea. Baltic Environmental Forum, Riga 2009 (The book is available in English, Estonian, Latvian, Lithuanian and Russian at visitbalticsea.net)
    - Marine Protected Areas in the Eastern Baltic Sea (general information/multimedia)

    100.Predatory bird health - white-tailed sea eagle
    Björn Helander & Anders Bignert, Department of Contaminant Research, Swedish Museum of Natural History, Stockholm, Sweden, Christof Herrmann, Agency for Environment, Nature Conservation & Geology of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Germany. HELCOM Indicator Fact Sheets 2009


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    101.Some Notes
    - The oldest Finnish White-tailed Eagle
    - The last recorded native white-tailed eagle in Britain

    102.Chris Monk´s WTE collection. Newspaper articles (mainly UK) and links

    103.Characteristics of White-tailed Sea Eagle Nest Sites in Hokkaido, Japan. By Saiko Shiraki, 1994

    104.First North American Nesting and Occurrence of Haliaeetus Albicilla on Attu Island, Alaska
    By Theodore G. Tobish, Jr. and Lawrence G. Balch. The Condor 89: 433-434; The Cooper Ornithological Society 1987

    105.Action Plan for the White-tailed Eagle at the Danube River, Newsletter February 2010 (South East Europe)
    -Read more: Mura-Drava-Danube Trans-Boundary Biosphere Reserve

    106.Newcastle disease virus and chlamydia psittaci in free-living raptors from Eastern Germany
    By Elvira Schettler, Jörns Fickel, Helmut Hotzel, Konrad Sachse, Wolf Juürgen Streich, Ulrich Wittstatt and Kai Frölich, 2003

    107.White-tailed Eagles in Scotland and the reintroduction project in eastern Scotland
    Interview with Claire Smith. Date of the interview: 26 January 2009

    108.Post-Fledging Movements and Foraging Habitats of Immature White-tailed Sea Eagles in the Nemuro Region, Hokkaido, Japan. By Saiko Shiraki, Raptor Res. 36(3):220-224, Copyright The Raptor Research Foundation, Inc. 2002

    109.People and wildlife conflict or co-existence? (Page 20, raptor predation on livestock)
    Rosie Woodroffe, Simon J. Thirgood, Alan Rabinowitz, Cambridge University Press, 2005

    110.Lead poisoning in Steller’s Sea Eagles and White-tailed Sea Eagles, by Nobumichi Kurosawa (find also: 10 articles about Steller’s Sea Eagles, available as pdf-document) First Symposium on Steller's and White-tailed Sea Eagles in East Asia 2000

    111.White-tailed Eagles/Scotland. By Forrester, Andrews et al.

    112.Population Development of Baltic Bird Species: White-tailed Sea Eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla). HELCOM Indicator Fact Sheets 2009

    113.CAUTION: ELECTROCUTION! Suggested Practices for Bird Protection on Power Lines
    Text: Dr. Dieter Haas, Dr. Markus Nipkow in collaboraton with Georg Fiedler, Markus Handschuh, Dr. Martin Schneider-Jacoby and Richard Schneider

    114.Protecting birds on powerlines: a practical guide on the risks to birds from electricity transmission facilities and how to minimise any such adverse effects
    By Dr. Dieter Haas, Dr. Markus Nipkow, Georg Fiedler, Richard Schneider, Waltraut Haas, Bernd Schürenberg, on behalf of NABU, 2003

    115.A study of White-tailed Eagle Haliaeetus albicilla movements and mortality at a wind farm in Norway
    Nygård, T., Bevanger, K., Dahl, E.L., Flagsted, Ø., Follestad, A., Hoel, P.H., May, R. & Reitan, O.; © 2010 BOU & The Author(s)

    116.Recovery dynamics and viability of the white-tailed eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla) in Germany
    Justine Sulawa, Alexandre Robert, Ulrich Köppen, Peter Hauff, Oliver Krone

    117.Action Plan for the conservation of White-tailed Sea Eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla), Strasbourg, 2002

    118.Dangers in nature

    119.Minimizing Collision Risk Between Migrating Raptors and Marine Wind Farms: Development of a Spatial Planning Tool

    120.Ban for poison used to kill birds of prey
    Ireland; Newspaper article by Paul Melia, Irish Independent, October 18th 2010

    121.White-tailed Eagle Protection in Hungary

    122.White-tailed Eagles in Austria
    Interview with Remo Probst about the White-tailed Eagle in Austria, September 6th 2010

    123.Carbofuran poisoning incidents in the Czech Republic. General information on carbofuran; database
    Zdeněk Vermouzek et al.

    124.Danish White-tailed Eagles found poisoned, 2010. DOF, Raptor Politics

    125.White-Tailed Eagles on the Isle of Mull, population 2010 and other themes

    126.Collision risk in white-tailed eagles. Modelling collision risk using vantage point observations in Smøla wind-power plant
    May, R., Hoel, P.L., Langston, R., Dahl, E.L., Bevanger, K., Reitan, O., Nygård, T., Pedersen, H.C., Røskaft, E. & Stokke, B.G. 2010. NINA Report 639. 25 pp. December, 2010, © Norwegian Institute for Nature Research

    127.Young White-tailed Eagle near Halle, Eastern Germany, returned into “the wild” (July 2009) - the rings of this bird could be read in Poland at December 22nd 2009
    German text by Timm Spretke (deputy director/Zoological Garden, Halle), source: Ornithologischer Verein Halle

    128. Talon spotters: Hundreds of twitchers flock to see giant white-tailed eagle soaring over the New Forest, UK, January 2011

    129. White-tailed Eagles collide with wind generators/Germany. By Oliver Krone and Christian Scharnweber, 2002/2003

    130.Vigilance in a flock of semi-tame Greylag Geese Anser anser in response to approaching eagles Haliaeetus albicilla and Aquila chrysaetos.
    By Kurt Kotrschal, Josef Hemetsberger and John Dittami, Wildfowl, 1992

    131.List of articles on White-tailed Eagles, different themes and countries
    Source: B.-U. Meyburg & R. D. Chancellor (eds.) 1996, EAGLE STUDIES, WWGBP: Berlin, London & Paris, ISBN 3-9801961-1-9, 549 pp.

    132.A White-tailed Eagle project in Lithuania

    133.Young sea eagle numbers soaring in Scotland. Source: BBC News, Highlands & Islands. November 2010

    134.Common breeding of Buzzard (Buteo buteo) and White-tailed Eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla) in a nest of White-tailed Eagle (in 2002, Germany). By Jörg Kasper

    135.Common breeding of Buzzard (Buteo buteo) and White-tailed Eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla) in a nest of White-tailed Eagle (in 2002, Germany). By Jörg Kasper

    136.White-tailed eagle – Avian Icon returns to the Forests of Austria. White-tailed eagle – Conservation Programme funded and supported by the World Wildlife Fund Austria. By Christian Pichler

    137.White-tailed Eagle returned to England’s Sky’s- Will the choice be Cumbria? Terry Pickford on White-tailed Eagles in England and Poland

    138.A reward of 5000 Euro is being offered for information leading to conviction of those responsible for poisoning four White-tailed Eagles in Northern Germany. Source: NABU Schleswig-Holstein

    139.Bird awareness danube rafting, January 2011

    140.The status of diurnal birds of prey in Turkey. By Levent Turan

    141.Ingestion of Lead from Spent Ammunition: Implications for Wildlife and Humans. Online publication: Copyright © 2009 The Peregrine Fund
    White-tailed Eagles mentioned in: Lead Poisoning in White-tailed Sea Eagles: Causes and Approaches to Solutions in Germany
    By Oliver Krone, Norbert Kenntner, Anna Trinogga, Mirjam Nadjafzadeh, Friederike Scholz, Justine Sulawa, Katrin Totschek, Petra Schuck-Wersig, and Roland Zieschank

    142.Weddings and funerals: The Irish reintroduction programme, February 2011

    143.How long do White-tailed Eagles live? Some notes

    144.How long do White-tailed Eagles live? New record: 32 years, 6 month, March 2011

    145.DNA seen as useful conservation tool. March 2011

    146. Economic benefits delivered by white-tailed eagles on the Scottish island of Mull have more than tripled in five years. June 2011

    147. A new batch of 16 young sea eagles have been set up in secret aviaries over the weekend as part of ongoing efforts to reintroduce them across Scotland. 26 June 2011

    148.The occurrence and reestablishment of White-tailed Eagle and Golden Eagle as breeding birds in Denmark
    By Erik Ehmsen, Lennart Pedersen, Hans Mel tofte, Tscherning Clausen & Timme Nyegaard. Accepted April 2011

    149.White-tailed Eagles Marked With Satellite Transmitters Successfully Flew From Their Nest Bulgaria, July 2011

    150.Finland: 329 Chicks hatched in 2011

    151.Sea eagle success in North West Scotland, August 2011

    152.A new batch of 16 young sea eagles has been released in Fife as part of ongoing efforts to reintroduce them across Scotland, August 2011

    153.Sea eagle attacks cleric defending his geese, Scotland, August 2011

    154.The Scottish Gamekeepers Association has raised concerns about whether sea eagles could differentiate between children and their natural prey, September 2011

    155.Fife farm (Scotland) welcomes sea eagle's departure, September 2010

    156.Rare eagle rescued in Bedlington. The young male is one of 16 infants which was released by the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) into a forest at Fife, Scotland. September 2011

    157.A young sea eagle seems to have taken a liking to the Fife town of Methil. RSPB Scotland confirmed the bird was a young male released just last month. September 2011

    158.Fears sea eagles struggle in rain. November 2011

    159.Visitors flock in to Tentsmuir, November 2011

    160.White-tailed eagle does its bit to keep archipelago’s feral mink population in check. Minks avoid swimming between islands when eagles are about. Finland, 2009

    161.Risk induced by a native top predator reduces alien mink movements. By Pälvi Salo, Mikael Nordström, Robert L. Thomson, Erkki Korpimäki, Finland 2008

    162.The Joy Of Releasing A White-Tailed Eagle. By Eugen Petrescu, Romania 2009

    163.Wildlife at work - the economic impact of White-tailed Eagles on the Isle of Mull. By RSPB Scotland, 2011

    164.Managing forests for White-tailed Eagles. By Kenny Kortland, Richard Evans, Andy Douse and Gordon Patterson, March 2011

    165.A Review of Disturbance Distances in Selected Bird Species. By M. Ruddock & D.P. Whitfield, UK 2007

    166.Newlywed wildlife fans give their wedding cash to Scots sea eagles, October 2011

    167.Kick Off For The Protection Of The “Amazon Of Europe” Conference. Hungary, October 2011

    168.Rescue operation saves sea eagle on Aberdeenshire coast. UK, November 2011

    169.The eggs of the extinct Egyptian population of White-tailed Eagle Haliaeetus albicilla. By Golo Maurer, Douglas G. D. Russell, Friederike Woog & Phillip Cassey

    170.White-tailed Eagle falls out of the Donegal skies, Ireland, January 2012

    171.A White-Tailed Sea-Eagle savaged a dog, Finland, February 2012

    172.White-tailed Eagle Conference, Szekszard, Hungary; 2011 October 18-19: Publications

    173.White-tailed Eagle online database available (observations & breeding data), Hungary, November 2011

    174.Introduction of the White-tailed eagle on-line database

    175.World's largest White Tailed Eagle found at the bottom of Sermitsiaq fjord in Greenland, March 2011

    176.Sea eagles enjoy breeding success in Ireland for first time in 100 years, April 2012

    177.While-Tailed Sea Eagles Abandon Nest. Ireland, May 2012

    178.Golden and sea eagle decline since Dark Ages mapped. UK, June 2012

    179.Sea eagles taking lambs in Sutherland and Skye, crofters say. UK, June 2012

    180.An idea that might just fly. UK/Ireland, June 2012

    181.Eagles soar over Connemara again – after an absence of 100 years, UK/Ireland, July 2012

    182.Lough Derg Airshow To Go Ahead. Ireland, July 2012 (Read more: 176 and 177)

    183.Home comforts: Glen Seilisdeir sea eagle chick won’t leave nest UK, August 2012

    184.News about the satellite tagged White-tailed Eagles of Mull. UK, August 2012

    185.Sea eagles release marks 'milestone' in breeding project. UK/Scotland, August 2012

    186.Hopes soar of returning rare sea eagle to Cumbrian skies. UK, August 2012

    187.White-tailed eagle to be released in wildlife in Estonia, September 2012

    188.White-tailed Eagle population Mull/Scotland 2009-2011

    189.Stan the runaway sea eagle is happy to blow with the wind. UK September/November 2012

    190.Hunters of the Scottish Skies. Last seen in the British Isles a century ago, white-tailed eagles are now being reintroduced to one of their ancestral homes. December 2012

    191.Eagle reintroduction project: Poisoning fear as 24th sea eagle found dead. UK/Ireland December 2012

    192.News on the breeding pair from Mountshannon, Co Clare. Ireland, January 2013

    193.Out of the blue. UK/Mull, April 2013

    194.Sea Eagles nest for the first time in 100 years. Ireland, April 2013

    195.White-tailed eagles at Tystrup Bavelse lakes, Zealand, Denmark in the winter 2012-2013

    196.White-Tailed Eagle chicks hatch for first time in 110 years. Ireland, May 2013

    197.Webcam at eagles winter feeder 2011/2012. Results. Estonia

    198.Are lead-free hunting rifle bullets as effective at killing wildlife as conventional lead bullets? A comparison based on wound size and morphology

    199.The link between feeding ecology and lead poisoning in white-tailed eagles

    200.White-Tailed Eagle - Bird 2013. Russia, January 2013

    201.Wild White-Tailed Eagle chicks fledge in Ireland after 110 years. Ireland, July 2013

    202.White-tailed Eagle hunting behaviour and food choice in Kvismaren. Sweden, 2008

    203.Winter eagle web camera 2012/13 results. Estonia, August 2013

    204.About 50 White-tailed Eagle breeding pairs in Denmark. September 2013

    205.Wildlife comeback in Europe. The recovery of selected mammal and bird species. September 2013

    206.Danish “eagle camera”: (video) summary of the breeding season 2013

    207.Raptors. A Field Guide to Surveys and Monitoring (Second Edition 2009)

    208.Inventory of Existing Raptor Monitoring in Europe. October 2013

    209.Project Eagles Cross Borders – results (White-tailed Eagle monitoring in Estonia and Latvia in 2012/2013)

    210. Breeding season diets of sympatric White-tailed Eagles and Golden Eagles in Scotland: no evidence for competitive effects

    211.The return of the white-tailed eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla) to northern Germany: Modelling the past to predict the future

    212.White-tailed Eagles on the Isle of Mull/Population 2013

    213.HELCOM Core Indicator of Biodiversity. White-tailed eagle productivity 2013

    214.Action programme for white-tailed eagle protection. Estonia, November 2013

    215.Analysis of potential breeding habitat for the White-tailed Eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla) in Austria

    216.Nature protection and White-tailed eagle protection along the Danube river

    217.Birds of Prey and Wind Farms: Analysis of Problems and Possible Solutions

    218.An electronic 'Species Action Framework Handbook' will be published in late 2013 by Scottish Natural Heritage

    219.A note on reintroduced White-tailed Eagles in East Scotland. UK, December 2013/January 2014

    220.Danube-wide winter census - 750 White-tailed Eagles counted. January 2014

    221.Waterfowl poisoning halved by lead shot prohibition. Spain, January 2014

    222.First Modern Record of the White-tailed Eagle in Hawaii (2007)

    223.White-tailed Eagles in Bavaria 1980-2013 (sightings map)

    224.Comparative nest habitat characteristics of sympatric White‐tailed Haliaeetus albicilla and Golden Eagles Aquila chrysaetos in western Scotland

    225.First record of “Scandinavian style” nest since the re-introduction of White-tailed Eagles to Scotland with chicks provided from Norway

    226.Detailed information on the visitors of the eagle feeding ground in Leksand, Sweden. Statistics, ring numbers, pictures

    227.Conservation status of birds of prey and owls in Norway, Report 1-2014

    228.Wintering White-tailed Eagles Haliaeetus albicilla in the Netherlands: Aspects of Habitat Scale and Quality, 2010

    229.Another egg in the Danish “camera nest”. April 2014

    230.Sea Eagles and Sheep Farming in Scotland. March 2014

    231.The White-tailed Eagle in Central Europe

    232.BirdLife International expresses concern about plans to develop a wind farm at Fureshima, Nemuro City, Hokkaido. Japan, May 2014

    233.The reintroduction of the white-tailed sea eagle to Scotland: 1975-1987

    234.A Sad Farewell to Red T, and the Challenges of a Modern Landscape. UK, May 2014

    235.Accidental Sanctuary – White-tailed Eagles in Korea

    236.Establishing conservation management for avian threatended species. Finland, February 2014

    237.Unintended consequences: how the recovery of sea eagle Haliaeetus spp. populations in the northern hemisphere is affecting seabirds. 2012

    238.Danish “camera eagles” leave the nest. July 2014

    239.Guidelines for species reintroduction. UK/Scotland, July 2014

    240.Performance of Lead-Free versus Lead-Based Hunting Ammunition in Ballistic Soap. July 2014

    241.Impact of White-tailed Eagles on cormorant colonies. Finland, July 2014

    242.Åland's emblematic animal, the white-tailed eagle, immortalised on a coin. Finland, August 2014

    243.Mull Eagle Watch – breeding results 2014. UK, July 2014

    244.A White-tailed Eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla) at Derby Hill near Mexico

    245.Aoibheall spreads her wings! Ireland, October 2014

    246.The Food of the White-tailed Sea Eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla) at Lake Baikal, East Siberia. 2009/2012



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1.The impact of the White-tailed Eagle Haliaeetus albicilla and the Osprey Pandion haliaetus on Estonian Common Carp Cyprinus carpio production: How large is the economic loss?

"Protected bird species have been suspected to be a cause of a significant economic loss at Estonian fish farms, but its extent has remained unexplored. We counted the number of White-tailed Eagles and Ospreys, and the quantity of fish they take, and analysed the economic loss in five carp farms in 2001/2004."

Joosep Tuvi and Ülo Väli.
Received 29 March 2006, in revised form 16 May 2006

Key words: freshwater aquaculture, fish pond, foraging ecology, piscivore, birds of prey, economic loss, damage estimation

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2.The White-tailed Sea Eagle Haliaeetus albicilla. Population and Breeding Productivity in Estonia and some regions of NW Europe

Tiit Randla and Einar Tammur

“The present review concerns the White-tailed Sea Eagle, its present population size and trends as observed in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Kola Peninsula (Russia) and Vitebsk region (Byelorussia). Infonnation about Estonia is based on our own observations.“

Source: B.-U. Meyburg & R. D. Chancellor (eds.) 1996, EAGLE STUDIES, WWGBP: Berlin, London & Paris, ISBN 3-9801961-1-9, 549 pp.

Available at the website of the W.W.G.B.P. = The World Working Group on Birds of Prey and Owl. Find the text at “download of articles”. Click here:
http://www.raptors-international.org/book/book_eagle_studies_1996.html

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3.Mortality Factors, Environmental Contaminants, and Parasites of White-Tailed Sea Eagles from Greenland

Oliver Krone, Frank Wille, Norbert Kenntner, David Boertmann and Frieda Tataruch. D.
Received 5 August 2003, AVIAN DISEASES 48:417–424, 2004, Case Report.

KW: chlorinated hydrocarbons, Greenland, heavy metals, lead poisoning, mortality factor, parasites

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4.Recording movement and activity pattern of a White-tailed Sea Eagle by a GPS datalogger

Oliver Krone, Anne Berger, Robert Schulte. Received: 2 November 2007 / Revised: 29 September 2008 / Accepted: 30 September 2008 / Published online: 31 October 2008
_ Dt. Ornithologen-Gesellschaft e.V. 2008

KW: telemetry, lead intoxication, hunting ammunition, activity, stress detection

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5.Causes of mortality in White-tailed Sea Eagles from Germany

Oliver Krone, Torsten Langgemach, Paul Sommer and Norbert Kenntner

Map: Locations of White-tailed Sea Eagles found dead in Germany (1990 - 2000). Diagrams.

KW: lead intoxication, collisions, infectious diseases, trauma, electrocution, intra-specific conflict, poisoning, malformation, heavy metals, nematodes, gunshot pellets

PDF available at Seeadlerforschung.de. Click on "Publikationen"
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6.Ingestion of lead from ammunition and lead concentrations in white-tailed sea eagles in Sweden

B. Helander a, J. Axelsson, H. Borg, K. Holm, A. Bignert

KW: ammunition, lead, mortality, poisoning

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7.Using Raptors as Environmental Sentinels: Monitoring the White-tailed Sea Eagle in Sweden

Bjoern Helander, Anders Bignert and Lillemor Asplund

Find the article at "Publikationen"/"Literaturverweise und DVDs"

KW: monitoring, reproduction, indicator species, potentially harmful chemicals, brood size

PDF available at Projektgruppe Seeadlerschutz. --> "Eigene Publikationen" --> "Literaturverweise"
http://www.projektgruppeseeadlerschutz.de/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=76&Itemid=86


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8.Birding by Feather: A Molt Primer

Peter Pyle

Birding, November/December 2008

Mentioned with picture: White-tailed Eagle, Hawaii, March 2005

KW: molting, staffelmauser, stepwise molt, wings, feathers

PDF available at: American Birding Association --> Birding Archives--> Birding Vol. 40, No. 6 Nov/Dec 2008 --> Click on the first “WebExtra” http://www.aba.org/birding/2008.html


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9.Flight feather moult of White-tailed Eagles/Germany

B. Struwe-Juhl and R. Schmidt

KW: moult waves, weather, breeding status

(Currently, 18.2.2012, full text article only in German) Summary in English available at Projektgruppe Seeadlerschutz. --> "Eigene Publikationen" --> "Literaturverweise" --> Click on "Zur Mauser des Großgefieders beim Seeadler (Haliaeetus albicilla) in Schleswig-Holstein" http://www.projektgruppeseeadlerschutz. ... &Itemid=86


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10.Patterns of moult in large birds of prey

Carl Edelstam, 1984

:chick: Contains pictures

WTE: p. 274/p. 275: Moult in the White-tailed Eagle

KW: wings, moult, feathers, quills, plumage, food

PDF: Choose: Annales Zoologici Fennici
Click on: Vol.21, 1-4. (Number 3, Edelstam, C. 1984: Patterns of moult in large birds of prey. — Annales Zoologici Fennici 21: 271–276)
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11.The triumphant return of the white tailed eagle

The recovery of the white-tailed eagle in Nordic nature is a good example of how active conservation measures, like feeding can help save species from extinction.

BROKEN LINK 2-2014

KW: Northern Europe, extinction, Sweden, Finland, Norway, Denmark

PDF available at the website of Finland’s environmental administration
http://www.ymparisto.fi/searchresult.asp?query=white-tailed+eagle&lan=en


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12.White-tailed Sea Eagle health monitoring (Scotland)

KW: health monitoring, Scotland, reintroduction, lead, mercury, fledgling dispersal, behaviour, survival

Source: Natural Research LTD
http://www.natural-research.org/environmental-research-charity/current-research-projects/white-tailed-sea-eagle-health-monitoring-scotland/


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13.White-tailed Sea Eagle DNA (Scotland)

KW: Scotland, breeding population, DNA samples, adults, nestlings, moulted feathers, mouthswabs

Source: Natural Research LTD
http://www.natural-research.org/environmental-research-charity/current-research-projects/white-tailed-sea-eagle-dna-scotland/


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14.Migratory concentrations of the White-tailed Eagle near Kremenchuhske Reservoir/Ukraine

"Have you ever seen more than 100 White-tailed Eagles at once? The author of these lines was lucky enough to watch the spectacle."

Maxim Gavrilyuk, 2009

Contains a map, pictures and videos.

KW: Ukraine, Middle Dnieper, monitoring, autumn, fishponds, waterfowl, migratory movements

Source: Maxim Gavrilyuk. December 12th, 2009. Posted in Field researches, Migrations, Photos, Video,
UBPRC – Ukrainian Birds of Prey Research Centre

http://raptors.org.ua/en/2009/12/migratory-concentrations-of-the-white-tailed-eagle-near-kremenchuhske-reservoir/


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15.Natal and breeding dispersal in a reintroduced population of White-tailed Eagles Haliaeetus albicilla

D. Philip Whitfielda; Andrew Douseb; Richard J. Evansc; Justin Grantd; John Lovee; David R. A. McLeoda; Robin Reidc; Jeremy D. Wilson, a Natural Research, Banchory Business Centre, Aberdeenshire, UK b Scottish Natural Heritage, Inverness, UK c Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, Edinburgh, UK d Druminault, Tullich,
Invergordon, Ross-shire, UK e 194 Snishival, South Uist, UK

Bird Study (2009) 56, 177–186

KW: Scotland, natal dispersal distance, male, female, breeding sites, population

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