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Laser beams to scare sea eagles to be trialled

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Old Friday 5th January 2018, 13:10   #1
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Laser beams to scare sea eagles to be trialled

Shining laser beams onto hillsides could be used as a method of scaring white-tailed sea eagles away from flocks of sheep.

The technology is to be trialled in Argyll, an area where crofters and farmers have had issues with the raptors preying on lambs.

Scottish Natural Heritage said the trial would be "carefully monitored".

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