Our other young female osprey, KP1, has left Loch of the Lowes and is now heading south. She was last seen two days ago (24th August). The male (LM12) is still keeping an eye on the last remaining chick (KP2), who continues to often sit on the nest calling for a fish.
Don’t forget about tomorrow’s activity (27th August) – Brilliant Bats!
Activity starts at 19:00 and finishes at 21:00. This exciting event involves a short presentation on the different species of bats likely to be found in Scotland. Following the talk, you can try your hand at bat detecting with our special devices that allow you to hear the sounds they make while hunting for food. Rangers will be on hand throughout the event to answer your questions about these remarkable and misunderstood animals.
Booking is essential and prices are as follows: Adult £8, Concessions and Members £6, Child £3. Please wear warm outdoor clothes and bring a torch if possible.
Chris Cachia Zammit
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Our other young female osprey, KP1, has left Loch of the Lowes and is now heading south. She was last seen two days ago (24th August). The male (LM12) is still …