White-tailed eagle reintroduction plan falls victim to spending cuts

Guardian: Plans to reintroduce white-tailed eagles to England have fallen victim to public spending cuts, as the government's conservation agency said it was withdrawing as lead partner in the scheme. Natural England, along with conservation charity the RSPB, had been leading the project examining the possibility of releasing the enormous birds of prey, known as "flying barn doors", in Suffolk. The eagles have already been reintroduced into Scotland and the Suffolk coast was identified ......

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