Apparently plans are being drawn up to release White-Tailed Sea Eagles on the Suffolk coast! If the plan goes ahead the birds would be released some time in 2009.
As I reported a few days ago there are 42 breeding pairs in Scotland following a successful retinroduction.
For your info there are no records of a WT Sea Eagle ever attacking Humans, even a child. There normal food is rabbits and gulls, so coming to a rubbish tip near!
Seriously these are magnificent birds with an 8 foot wingspan! Will certainly enliven a walk in Suffolk!