First egg at Loch of the Lowes

After an anxious wait, I am delighted to announce that at 12.52am this morning our female laid her first egg! After a view minutes of visible panting and contractions, she stood up to reveal a beautiful egg and immediately began tending to it.

LF15 with her first egg of the season © Scottish Wildlife trust
LF15 with her first egg of the season © Scottish Wildlife Trust

As I type she has just settled down to incubate, tucking herself out of the wind on this rather breezy night.  Please check back later for a more detailed account of the event that we’ve all been waiting for.

Charlotte,

Perthshire Ranger.

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After an anxious wait, I am delighted to announce that at 12.52am this morning our female laid her first egg! After a view minutes of visible panting and contractions, she …

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