The first Golden Eagle Chick to Hatch in 120 years in the Czech Republic

Today Monday 20 May, 2013, I wish to officially announce that a pair of Golden Eagles reintroduced into the Czech Republic have successfully hatched at least one chick, possibly two, for the first time in 120 years in our country.

As everyone  can imagine, those  involved in this prestigious project are delighted with the outcome which has been ongoing for nearly a decade. One behalf of friends and colleagues who have each contributed to todays project success, I  invite Raptor Politics to make this landmark  announcement to the wider raptor community inside the UK and abroad. I will provide added details as soon as practice, including improved video when safe to do so. For now please view the attached first images captured by the monitoring camera taken at the nesting site.

 Thank you for your cooperation.

 Otakar Zavalsky, Project Leader, Northern Moravia, CzechRepublic

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