As some of you might already know, 2015 is a very special year for sea eagles in Scotland. It has been 40 years since the first sea eagle chicks from Norway were released and 30 years since the first wild chick fledged. This anniversary year has also seen the sea eagle re-introduction programme reach the important milestone of 100 breeding pairs in Scotland.
To celebrate these significant achievements and the successes of the East Scotland Sea Eagle Reintroduction Project, we are holding a celebratory event in Tayport which we would like you to be part of!
A public event will be held at the Burgh Chambers and Gardens on Queen Street, Tayport from 12pm on Saturday 22 August to celebrate sea eagles with the local community, and will include various activities and fun for the family.
We'd love to see you there!
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