Golden Eagle - Kallin Harbour

Grimsay, Isle of North Uist, Outer Hebrides

Type:Birds - Golden Eagle

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It likes to soar and glide on air currents, holding its wings in a shallow 'V'. Eagles have traditional territories and nesting places which may be used by generations.

Look for displaying birds, with their looping and plunging flights, on fine days in winter and early spring

As the site is a working harbour please respect the workers and do not cause obstructions. Look for eagles over the Islands and surrounding moorlands.

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