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Seton Gordon, and Cain and Abel.

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by Rick T.

8 July 2020

In this week's Eagle People Profile #9 Project Board member Des Thompson urges us to read the works of Seton Gordon.

“For the first 30 years of this century [20th], after the great work of Harvie-Brown and his companions, Seton Gordon was the only ornithologist working full time in the Scottish Highlands” This opening line of the Foreword to the reprint (in 1980) of Seton’s classic book The Golden Eagle. King of Birds, first published in 1955, gives a sense of the importance of his work.

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Eagle People Profiles #8 - Gidona Goodman

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by Rick T.

1 July 2020

This weeks Eagle People Profile #8 features Gidona Goodman, part of the conservation medicine team at the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies.

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New Leaflet

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by Philip M.

29 June 2020

Whilst we can't get out and about we have had the time to progress one or two other projects including our new information leaflet.

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Eaglets Blog #2: Emily in the aviaries

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by Philip M.

23 June 2020

Time for the next instalment of our Eaglets Blog; a blog written specifically for children and parents. In the first edition we followed Emily's journey from her Highlands eyrie to our aviaries in the south of Scotland. Download the second edition below to discover life in the aviaries and Emily's release into southern skies!

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Eagle People Profiles - David Anderson

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by Rick T.

17 June 2020

Todays Eagle People Profile features David Anderson, a researcher and raptor worker with a huge wealth of experience of working with Golden Eagles and other birds of prey.

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