Record number of golden eagle chicks on Gotland: ”The island is full”

Both golden eagles and sea eagles are doing well this year. (AP/Spenser Heaps)
  • Record numbers of golden eagle chicks have hatched on the island of Gotland in the Baltic Sea this year.
  • The island already is one of the world’s most densely populated places for the birds – and now risks being overcrowded.
  • Biologist Johan Månsson has already spotted 51 chicks this year.

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