Our female osprey

Our female osprey has had a busy couple of days being a media star, and delighting us with wonderful veiws here at Loch of the Lowes. She has been spending the majority of her time on a high perch to the right of the nest, where she can keep a keen eye out for her mates’ expected arrival, so she may not always be visible on the webcam- don’t worry she’s not far off.

She has also had occassion to see off a buzzard who strayed too close to her nest yesterday, resulting in a spectacular,if brief, aerial  dogfight.

She has been feeding herself since her arrival, bringing in two large trout to help build her strength for breeding which is an excellent sign.

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Our female osprey has had a busy couple of days being a media star, and delighting us with wonderful veiws here at Loch of the Lowes. She has been spending …

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