Bird sanctuary names first endangered species chick born this year Rishi
A bird sanctuary has named the first endangered species chick born this year Rishi - after the chancellor's wage promise saved the conservation centre from closure. The National Centre for Birds of Prey welcomed the baby Steller's Sea Eagle, which weighed just 105g, into the world on Sunday, March 26. Christened Rishi, after chancellor Rishi Sunak, the tiny chick was joined just days later by another baby - which was named after the Prime Minister Boris Johnson. The adorable pair belong to the largest species of eagle in the world and will weigh up to 7.3kg when fully grown.