An interesting issue. Suppose I find White tailed Eagle by luck and manage to get a photo, say of the young peering out of the nest (it would not be a strictly illegal act). IF I put it on iSpot I would be irresponsible and I hope someone would inappropriate it immediately. But suppose it was a Ring Ouzel and I did not give a precise location - what then?
I don't think you will be able to write flexible rules and if you do, people will be clambering up ladders at home to get close ups of starling chicks. Actually the Law covers such action anyway.
I'd keep it quiet, not define the circumstances required. When next we see a bird at nest post we should mail YOU and let you take immediate action or add a bold comment, UNLESS it is said Eagle (type), then WE should use our common sense.
Rewrite the rule that exists, make no mention of exceptions.
10.1. Acceptable images
Photos of all types of wildlife from around the world are very welcome on iSpot provided that they have been taken and provided in accordance with local legislation. As a result:
a) Nesting birds are vulnerable to disturbance if not approached with care. It is common practice for them to be protected by law (as is the case in Britain and Ireland). Photographs of nesting birds or nests, with or without eggs are discouraged and may be removed from iSpot without notice
b) Bats are also vulnerable to disturbance. Again, it is common practice for them to be protected by law. In particular, it is generally illegal to intentionally or recklessly disturb a bat at a roost. Photographs of bats at a roost MUST NOT be submitted to iSpot.