THERE have been a number of unconfirmed sightings of a golden eagle in North Devon skies over the last few weeks.
Sergeant Dave Knight, wildlife officer for Devon and Cornwall Police, said there were rumours a golden eagle had been seen in the Bideford area.
He is now urging members of the public to report any sightings of the bird-of-prey, which is usually found in the wild, open moorlands and mountains of Scotland.
The golden eagle is the second largest bird-of-prey in the United Kingdom, with only the white-tailed eagle larger.
If you have spotted a golden eagle in North Devon, let us know by commenting in the box below and contact Devon and Cornwall Police on 101.
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