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By Dave Walker

this can be an account of 1 man's 30-year involvement with England's rarest poultry, the golden eagle. before everything hired by way of the RSPB as a senior species defense warden at a mystery place in Cumbria, the writer describes the intricacies of creating a security regime via wardens that might function for the subsequent 26 years and his efforts to guard and learn this iconic species. The Lakeland eagles have been at their best in the course of his tenure, rearing six eaglets within the six years prior to he widened his curiosity to review eagles in Scotland in addition to England. the writer came across and recorded many formerly unknown proof approximately golden eagles. He started to plan and enforce tasks which might extend wisdom of the species in addition to assisting to safe their foothold in England. His venture is the main exact and whole examine of a couple of golden eagles with, at its middle, the existence and occasions of an eagle he from its arrival in 1982 till its loss of life, 22 years later, a fowl that might ultimately express little worry of him and settle for his presence instead of flee. the writer recounts the hardships skilled by means of the eagle and eagle-watcher alike, and his list of behaviour on the nest is exceptional. although, operating with golden eagles isn't really with no problems, and the author's encounters with unsympathetic shepherds and bad decision-making also are defined, as are his dealings with egg creditors who craved so as to add the infrequent English eagle eggs to their collections. His efforts to counter their intrusions even observed him rebuilding eagle eyries that were so dispassionately destroyed! besides the fact that, name of the Eagle amply illustrates the shut attachment and keenness that drove the writer to commit rather a lot of his lifestyles to this tremendous raptor, famed because the King of Birds.

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