Osprey Migration News: 21st May

 

He’s on the  move!! Blue YD has started heading north once more and the current data indicates he could be en route to Scotland…

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Blue YD heading north 19th May 2014– copyright SWT

He spent Sunday night roosting in the woods east of Narford Lake. On Monday morning between 7am and 11am he started flying north, once again sticking close to the coast. At midday he crossed the Humber, and then carried on northwards at quite a pace.

By 5pm he managed to get as far as Scarborough and our latest piece of data shows him travelling up the East coast of Yorkshire, through the North York Moors National Park.

At his current pace and direction it looks as though he could soon be crossing the Scottish border, just in time for homecoming!

 

Dan Hobson, Volunteer SPO

 

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