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The Trichomonas infection and injuries are being treated under veterinary supervision.Survival of our fledgling is due to the care and support of a wonderful team of raptor enthusiasts and friends. The adult Sea-Eagles remain in the area, returning to the nest frequently.The Trichomonas infection affecting her mouth, tongue and pharynx also appears to be healing with the mouth and tongue clear of lesions.The vet is quietly optimistic that SE21 should be suitable for release into the wild We were relieved to hear that the wing was not broken, but there was considerable tissue damage. Hopefully 21 will be able to be returned to "home". After a short feed, our eaglet was heard calling below the nest.We finally spotted it, stuck in a fork of the tree.After gaining approval and finding available help, we entered in the dark, to see what had happened.Tree climbers are coming today to lower the cameras and then our team will clean, replace and restore everything.All cables will be pulled back to the Discovery Centre fence and improvements made.

In the 2018 breeding season, our Sea-Eagles nested in the Nature Reserve forest, and 2 eggs were laid. We hope the 2019 breeding season will be successful.

We see them duetting and mating, as well as renovating the nest with sticks and fresh leaves. The nest is getting bigger, with the eagles bringing in sticks to build up the rails, or edges of the nest, and leaves for lining. She then flew straight to a tree in the Nature Reserve, not far from her nest.

As the release team left, to leave her in peace, she was sitting on a high branch, recovering from her trip.

GOOD NEWS - from the vet yesterday, despite her wing still drooping, SE21 has had some small test flights and is learning to fly again.

The soft tissue injury and skin are healing well and will need at least another 2-4 weeks for the wounds to heal.

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