18 July 2014 Last updated at 21:28
A sea eagle chick, featured on BBC Springwatch, which was seen being pushed out of the nest by an intruder eagle has successfully flown the nest.
The young chick, which fell 30ft, was seen via webcam being shoved out of the Mull nest by another bird - behaviour never recorded in Scotland before.
It was returned to the nest by Forestry Commission Scotland (FCS) rangers.
Worried viewers noticed the nest empty again but it was confirmed that the chick fledged successfully on Thursday.
The three-month old was seen perched in nearby woodland and was flying strongly.
Dave Sexton, the RSPB's Mull officer, who has been monitoring the nest, said: "We were initially concerned as there was no sign of the chick and I couldn't hear her either which was unusual.