https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-scotland-highlands-islands-47668223

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Image caption Some golden eagles will be fitted with the new technology over the next 18 months. A new type of satellite tag for tracking birds of prey is being trialled in the Cairngorms National Park. Over the next 18 months, some young golden eagles will be fitted with the Raptor Tracker. Organisations involved in the project said the tag should provide better information on the birds' movements. It should also give an "instant fix" on any eagles that die, which would help in efforts to tackle wildlife crime. Several organisations are involved in the project, including the Cairngorms National Park Authority, Scottish Natural Heritage and British Trust for Ornithology. They said tags in ... Full story

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