Lee Evans kindly posted the following message on the surfbirds discussion board which we are sharing with members:
DETAILED VIEWING INSTRUCTIONS
Leave the A303 at Cholderton and head SE on the B3084 towards Grateley and Over Wallop. Hampshire Constabulary negotiated with the owners of the estate for special access arrangements and these were duly accepted. A temporary viewing area has been granted immediately east of the B3084 and north of the pheasant-shooting woodland strip at SU 245 427 (OS Landranger 184), with special parking available (at GBP 5.00 per vehicle) close by. Alternative parking for 7 vehicles is in the layby at SU 246 424 and a further 20 vehicles on the crossroads 'triangle' at SU 247 423. The eagle shows very well (fog or mizzle allowing) from the designated viewing area, clearly marked out by police tape. Under no circumstances, cross the tape, and take care when climbing the 6-bar metal gate to access the field if it is closed. For much of the time, the eagle is feeding just behind the grassy Ring-necked Pheasant-covered ridge at SU 246 430, often in company with up to 6 Common Ravens, Red Kites and Common Buzzards, but flies occasionally to roost in a favoured Pine at cSU 247 432 before flying north to locations unknown.
It has been returning to offal thrown out for it by kind-hearted landowners and has returned daily since at least Friday last week.