How many white-tailed sea eagles are there in Scotland?
At around 150 breeding pairs in Scotland, the white-tailed eagle is included on the Red List of UK birds of conservation concern.
Where can you see white-tailed sea eagles?
Where to see them
- In breeding season Mull and Wester Ross in the Inner Hebrides are very reliable areas as well as Fife and Angus.
- Mull has a hide that views a nest. …
- In winter Sea Eagles can be seen all over Scotland and they are attracted to large lochs like Loch Leven being a regular haunt.
When can you see sea eagles in Scotland?
Sea eagles are spotted daily in the skies above Glenelg on the west coast. The best vantage points here include the ferry slipway, the ferry itself (between Glenelg and Skye) and the car park above the Glenelg slipway. The optimum time for eagle sightings here is during a rising tide.
Where can you see eagles in the UK?
The white-tailed eagle will also hunt mammals and waterfowl, as well as eating carrion. The majority of the population in Britain is found only in the highlands and islands of the west of Scotland, with a few pairs around Fife and the glens of Angus.