nest­ing ea­gles

TV Times - - Wild Summer Special -

The Ton­gass Na­tional For­est is thought to be home to 10,000 bald ea­gles and the Wild Alaska team will be us­ing spe­cial tech­nol­ogy to study the giant birds of prey.

‘We’re hop­ing to put a cam­era in a bald ea­gle nest,’ says Matt. ‘Their nests are mas­sive and last for many years, so many gen­er­a­tions can use them. They are a pro­tected species and have no preda­tors, so they are sim­ply ev­ery­where in Alaska. Peo­ple see them in their back gar­dens.’

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