Osprey Tracking Update – 2nd March 2016

There’s nothing new to report on FR3 who remains at home within the confines of the bolongs (creeks) to the north of Bulok.

FR3's activity between 16th & 27th February 2016 ©Scottish Wildlife Trust
FR3’s activity between 16th & 27th February 2016 ©Scottish Wildlife Trust

The fact that our young osprey has been so settled has worked in our favour as it has allowed Chris Wood, our friend from the Rutland Osprey Project to catch up with FR3 on a number of occasions over the past few months.

Chris’ most recent encounter with FR3 took place last Thursday (27th February) and below are a couple of the images that he was able to capture. Stunning photos i’m sure you’ll agree…

FR3 in flight ©Chris Wood
FR3 in flight ©Chris Wood
FR3 perched ©Chris Wood
FR3 perched ©Chris Wood

Jonathan

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There’s nothing new to report on FR3 who remains at home within the confines of the bolongs (creeks) to the north of Bulok. The fact that our young osprey has been …

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