Facts about the Sea Eagle
- Male: 207 - 234 cm
- Female: 224 - 265 cm
- Male: 3020 - 5430 gram
- Female: 4270 - 8000 gram
Sea eagle clutches
- 1 - 3 white eggs
- Approx. 140g each
- Approx. 76 x 59 mm
- 34 - 46 days. Eggs are laid in March - April. In Bodø nesting has been recorded as early as late February.
- The eggs hatch in April-May at intervals of several days.
- Time spent by the young in the nest is between 70 to 85 days from April to July.
- Nesting success rate in Norway is on average 0.6 fledged young per pair
- Age when nesting for first time is 4 - 6 years
Highest known age is 29 years
Call: A forceful cry, often clee-clee. Normal warning cry from parents to young in the nest.
Source: The locally Sea eagle club