Golf fans may well be expecting to see a birdie or an eagle at the Open this week, but it would be hard to beat Fearnley the tawny eagle who has been drafted in by the R&A to keep gulls away from the food court.
There’s something special about watching a bird of prey in flight. Gayle is lucky enough to fly one...
In an age of drones and roving overhead cameras, it was only a matter of time before our feathered friends muscled in on cutting-edge surveillance technology.
A Fife falconry centre have shared a video clip of the precious moment a miracle baby martial eagle was hatched.
It can take up to seven years to fully move a colony of gulls from a particular location, according to a Fife man who has been doing the job for two decades.
The introduction of a rare eagle chick hatched at a Fife falconry to its parents had to be delayed because the youngster was constipated.