Where eastern eagles dare

Brazil, Mark
May 1991
New Scientist;5/4/91, Vol. 130 Issue 1767, p32
Reports on the changing habits of Steller's sea eagles, among the world's largest birds of prey. The Shiretoko peninsula in northeastern Japan; Fishing grounds of the Nemuro channel; 18th-century scientist Georg Wilhelm Steller; Protection of the eagle by Japan's Environmental Agency; Work of the naturalist Henry Seebohm; Description of Shiretoko; The Sea's pivotal role in Shiretoko's ecosystem. INSET: Wildlife at the `end of the earth.'..


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