Northern Ireland

Lisnaskea: Remains of white-tailed eagle are discovered

The remains of a white-tailed eagle have been discovered in County Fermanagh, it has emerged.

The bird was found in the Newbridge Road area of Lisnaskea on Saturday 7 February.

It is understood Ingar, which is a Norwegian name, was released in Killarney National Park in 2011 by the Golden Eagle Trust as part of a reintroduction programme.

The PSNI are working to establish the circumstances of the eagle's death.