Research taking place in Cardiff University could see the return of two lost eagles species into our Welsh countryside.
The Golden and White-tailed eagle were driven to extinction in Wales in the mid 1800s.
Researchers at Cardiff University are investigating whether the landscape in Wales has the potential to support their reintroduction as part of efforts across Europe to help the two eagle species.
The university says European population of both eagle species is relatively small, and numbers are in further decline in many countries due to human persecution and loss of their habitat.
It also says that the reintroduction of the two species could bring both conservation and economic benefits to Wales through wildlife tourism.