LORCAN O’TOOLE of the Eagle Trust speaks to Noel McGuinness about the poisoning of Eagles in Ireland. Lorcan explains that in some cases farmers leave out poison aimed at Foxes and crows to protect cattle.
They speak specifically of the poisoning of a White Tailed eagle. They then talk of the Eagle trusts work throughout Ireland and how they operate including tracking birds around ireland using Satellite technology.
They finish up by talking of the fate of the forty Red Kites that were released in 2011 and their breeding progress.
|DATE: February 12, 2013
|Keywords:poisoned eagle ireland, bird conservation ireland, eagle trust, Lorcan O'Toole, red kites ireland