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Crofter's concern over sea eagles killing lambs

Farmers and crofters have been calling for controls on the number of white-tailed eagles, also known as sea eagles.

Those calling for a cull are concerned at the number of lambs being lost to the birds.

Conservationists have insisted there is no need to control the size of the population.

BBC Scotland's environment correspondent David Miller reports on the possible way forward.

  • 28 Jan 2014