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Will the eagle be landing after all..?

PUBLISHED: 08:00 26 February 2010 | UPDATED: 16:29 06 July 2010

Conservationists last night voted on proposals to release sea eagles in East Anglia, after being told the latest research behind the project.

More than 100 people packed Hunstanton Methodist Hall heard a proposed timescale for the release project, leading up to the first eagles being released in Suffolk next summer.

Conservationists last night voted on proposals to release sea eagles in East Anglia, after being told the latest research behind the project.

More than 100 people packed Hunstanton Methodist Hall heard a proposed timescale for the release project, leading up to the first eagles being released in Suffolk next summer.

See tomorrow's EDP for the full story.


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