"An imperial eagle, a species that normally shun Sweden in the winter, has decided to stay in Skåne in the year. Bird of prey – one of Europe's largest – has on several occasions been seen in the lake between Svedala and Skurup, reports the new york times."
"– I stand and look at it right now actually. We did a little excursion to see if we could see the eagle again – and it went well, " says the ornithologist Christian Ljunggren to the TT on Sunday afternoons."
"He says that it is a 15-century birdwatchers who had the privilege to enjoy a young eagles flight at the Gärdslöv outside Skurup."
"the Bird was observed already in October. Occasional visits of the imperial eagle have occurred in the past in sweden, but that the bird wintering is very rare. The imperial eagle, which will be 70 to 85 centimetres long, have a wingspan of over two metres. It is mainly dark brown but has a pale buff neck and a few other light parties."