Towards the end of February 2017, I spent a week in Poland photographing White-tailed Eagles at a winter

feeding station about 120 km west of Warsaw.  Generally the weather was cloudy and dull, but there was

occasional sun and, with 20+ Eagles coming into feed, there were plenty of opportunities

to photograph their behaviour.

The White-tailed Eagle can be seen across much of northern Europe and as far east as Japan. Once common

in parts of UK, birds were re-introduced  to Scotland about 35 years ago and, more recently,

to the Isle of Wight.  Adult Eagles have paler heads than the younger birds, 

and their bills are completely yellow.