White-tailed Eagle -This large eagle breeds in northern Europe and northern Asia. The largest bird population in Europe is found along the coast of Norway. The bird population in 2008 stood at only 9,000–11,000 pairs. They are mostly resident, only the northern most birds such as the eastern Scandinavian and Siberian population migrating south in winter. Birds from eastern Russia rarely migrate into Alaska.
White-tailed Eagle -This bird is relatively about the same size as the bald eagle. It is recorded that the females from Greenland had an 8.3ft wingspan and are the largest of the area species. They have a "barn door" spread of wings, a large head and a thick beak.
White-tailed eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla)— also called the Sea eagle, and White-tailed sea-eagle — is a large bird of prey in the family Accipitridae which includes other raptors such as hawks, kites, and harriers. It is considered a close cousin of the bald eagle and occupies the same ecological niche, but in Eurasia.