In this Dec. 31, 2021, photo, a Steller's sea eagle is seen off Georgetown. Credit: Courtesy of Zachary Holderby / Downeast Audubon via AP

It appears the well-watched Steller’s sea eagle has moved out east.

According to the Maine Audubon, which has been tracking the rare bird, it’s now in Nova Scotia.

The Steller’s sea eagle is usually native to northeastern Asia, Russia and Japan.

How this one made its way to Maine is still unclear.

It’s believed the bird came from Russia to Alaska and then kept flying east.