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Headline photo: one of the juvenile White-tailed Eagles reintroduced to the Isle of Wight. Credits: Ainsley Bennett

17 Comments

  • Louise Goom
    Posted January 22, 2021 8:31 am 0Likes

    I support the reintroduction of sea eagles. I liive in suffolk and keep a small flock of hens (9). even if the reintroduction posed a threat to them, i would rather take precautions to protect my hens than see the reintroduction fail on the grounds of predation.
    keep up the great work!
    lou

    • Geoffrey Douglas
      Posted January 22, 2021 3:48 pm 0Likes

      I would support the reintroduction at Ken Hill of white tailed eagles and would love to see them regularly in that area.
      My only note of caution would be mention that in the past certain large birds of prey have disappeared in the area in suspicious circumstances.
      Geof douglas

  • Sarah jones
    Posted January 22, 2021 9:56 am 0Likes

    I suppOrt tHe INTRODUCTION.
    I have seen tHe success resuLtS of the South coast project. I am not local but Used to Visit the Area beFore the last year Or So….Such a BEAUTIFUL place.

  • neil S
    Posted January 22, 2021 9:56 am 0Likes

    Fantastic news! fingers crossed!

  • Helen Eardley
    Posted January 22, 2021 10:22 am 0Likes

    To see sea eagles soaring in the skIes of west norfolk would be wonderful. I would love to see them introduced to the area. I sadly DIDN’T see the one that was here recently, but looking FORWARD to a time when they call this BEAUTIFUL area home. Please keep us in.

  • Jean Skeen
    Posted January 22, 2021 10:30 am 0Likes

    I fully support this bold initiative .one of the Isle of Wight birds seems to like the AREA and Been around for a few months so assume habitat SUITABLE . Fabulous birds of prey

  • Michelle Mackenzie
    Posted January 22, 2021 10:45 am 0Likes

    How fantastic. I fully support this new reintroduction.
    They are magnificent creatures and will help RE-ENGERISE the area. I live local so look forward to it should you get the go ahead.
    As a local I think you (Ken Hill) are doing a fantastic job. Keep it up.

  • Richard collier
    Posted January 22, 2021 12:53 pm 0Likes

    I have some concerns Over the ever-growing number of raptors and the consequent diminution of song birds, but these magnificent birds will be a mosT welcome addition to the wonderful diversity we see above Us in the villages lucky enough to be close to Ken hill. Good luck.

  • Lynn Shannon
    Posted January 22, 2021 1:46 pm 0Likes

    It’s a fantastic idea. I own a few hens but would back the introduction wholeheartedly. I can protect my hens should it be necessary, but the red kites and buzzards have never proved a problem to hens or their chicks. Good luck with the plan, wild Ken Hill is fantastic, love walking there. Thank you.

  • David Shaw
    Posted January 22, 2021 1:52 pm 0Likes

    This is a great idea. There is plenty of great habitat in the uk and the english lowlands and i am sure they will not have a negative impact on people’s livelihoods we need to see large creatures living close to us and thriving. Perhaps we can start to restore nature so that our children, instead of being accustomed to its destruction, will themselves participate actively in nature’s return,

  • Guy Tasker
    Posted January 22, 2021 2:36 pm 0Likes

    With climate change the most pressing issue facing the world, rewilding is an abaolute must in the complex of solutions. Rewilding will only truly be successful with top Predators as part of the ecosystem. If you can get beavers a float you should be able to make eagles fly!

  • Barry Madden
    Posted January 22, 2021 3:22 pm 0Likes

    What an exciting proposal. I think it’s a wonderful idea. We have plenty of suitable habitat and it would be great to see these seriously impressive birds over East anglian skies once again. best of luck with your project.

  • peter Gillard
    Posted January 22, 2021 3:28 pm 0Likes

    Great idea i and my wife look foward to seeing these wonderful birds. you have done such good work so far, keep it up. the veiwing points will help locals and visitors to enjoy these stunning birds.

  • Peter regAN
    Posted January 22, 2021 3:45 pm 0Likes

    Sometimes holiday in beautiful norfolk what an addition to tHe
    Wildlife with a bit of luck I might
    Actually see one brilliant idea keep up the good work

  • Susan Brown
    Posted January 22, 2021 4:07 pm 0Likes

    i support this, assuming the other nature conservation organisations believe it is good for the whole area. I am concerned that there have been prosecutions for raptor killing nearby and how we stop these birds being persecuted

  • Gillian Stolworthy
    Posted January 22, 2021 5:13 pm 0Likes

    Definitely! Yes yes Yes!
    To have this most spectacular bird of prey back in Norfolk is An absolute MUST and I fully support this project.
    Would also love to Be somehow involved with The project.
    Thank you
    Gillian

  • Clare Enters
    Posted January 22, 2021 5:36 pm 0Likes

    Myself and my family fully support the RE-introduction of these incredible birds. As my ten year old daughter said ‘England is becoming exciting Again!’ we have loved seeing The wonderful conservation work you are carrying out on our local works and really love Reading about your plans for the future.

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