Thursday, 24 February 2011

Stellers Sea Eagle - Photo of the day

With its striking black and white plumage and caricature yellow beak the Stellers Sea Eagle is an impressive bird of prey, it is also one of the four largest eagles in the world.

Found in some of the coldest parts of Russia and China most of us can only dream of seeing them in the wild but if you are truly desperate to see one in the feather check out Jemima Parry-Jones web blog. She owns and runs the fantastic ICBP in Gloucestershire and last year they became the first collection to breed these magnificent eagles in the UK. The parents and I presume the youngster can be seen at the centre this coming year.

Take a look at the image below.

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