News in Pictures – 13 April 2021

© PAFalconer Charlie Rolle holds Chief, a 10-month-old white-tailed sea eagle, which is the UK's largest bird of prey and a species extinct around 200 years ago, at his new home at the nature and tourist destination, Robin Hill Park, near Newport on the Isle Of Wight. Picture date: Wednesday May 12, 2021. PA Photo. The youngster, who weighs 9.5lb and has a 7.5ft wingspan, has been brought from the Scottish Eagle Centre to live at the park. Chief will be looked after by 22-year-old Charlie Rolle, one of the island's youngest qualified falconers, who will train the eagle to fly and express natural behaviours. See PA story ANIMALS Eagle. Photo credit should read: Andrew Matthews/PA Wire
Falconer Charlie Rolle holds Chief, a 10-month-old white-tailed sea eagle, which is the UK's largest bird of prey and a species extinct around 200 years ago, at his new home at the nature and tourist destination, Robin Hill Park, near Newport on the Isle Of Wight. Picture date: Wednesday May 12, 2021. PA Photo. The youngster, who weighs 9.5lb and has a 7.5ft wingspan, has been brought from the Scottish Eagle Centre to live at the park. Chief will be looked after by 22-year-old Charlie Rolle, one of the island's youngest qualified falconers, who will train the eagle to fly and express natural behaviours. See PA story ANIMALS Eagle. Photo credit should read: Andrew Matthews/PA Wire