We would like to let you know that as we move into summer and our Visitor Centres’ become busier, bringing more tasks for our Ranger and her team to prioritise, we will be making a small amendment to the way we manage our blog, with everyone working as hard as they can to protect Scotland’s wildlife, it will not always be possible to ensure that we blog every day, we will however, ensure that we update our blog as much as we can, depending on staff capacity.
As I am sure you will agree, our Ranger Anna and her team have done a fantastic job of keeping us all up to date with all the developments so far at Loch of the Lowes during the 2011 osprey season and we will look forward to receiving more exciting updates about her work when she can provide them.
So to confirm, we will try to make sure we are updating our blog as often as possible, but we wanted to explain that if the situation does arise which causes us not to be able to blog each day, please lend us your patience and know that this is simply due to prioritising important tasks and staff capacity.
I would like to assure you that we will report regularly on our resident ospreys.
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Dear all, We would like to let you know that as we move into summer and our Visitor Centres’ become busier, bringing more tasks for our Ranger and her team …