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The Flying Barn Door

Relentless persecution pushed the spectacular White-tailed Sea Eagle into extinction in Britain & Ireland by the early 1900s. Cumbria provided the last known breeding refuge on mainland England, although the small Scottish population held on until 1918, when the last bird was shot in Shetland. Looking at the broader picture, populations thrived in Norway given the absence of such human pressures, and today, the Norwegian population remains healthy and buoyant, representing a third of the total world population and a foundation stock that has been use to repopulate Britain & Ireland. Far-sighted conservationists always dreamed of re-establishing a breeding population of these magnificent bird

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