Osprey retail therapy

Getting osprey withdrawal symptoms already?… we have the perfect antidote!… Chris’ osprey canvases!

Supplied with an easy to use hanging kit, these stunning images have proven to be extremely popular and would make an excellent addition to any room in your house, allowing you to enjoy the magnificent sight of an osprey all year round.

Orders can be collected from Loch of the Lowes or if it’s more convenient, delivered directly to your home/work address.

Photo 1 – Fishing Osprey                                                                                                        

  • 40cm x 40cm – £50 (+ standard UK delivery – £5.95)
  • 60cm x 40cm – £75 (+ standard UK delivery – £6.95)
  • 80cm x 60cm – £90 (+ standard UK delivery – £6.95)

Fishing Osprey ©Chris Cachia Zammit

Photo 2 – Chasing Ospreys

  • 30cm x 20cm – £30 (+ standard UK delivery – £4.95)
  • 40cm x 30cm – £45 (+ standard UK delivery – £5.95)
  • 50cm x 40cm – £70 (+ standard UK delivery – £6.95)
Chasing ospreys ©Chris Cachia Zammit

Chasing ospreys ©Chris Cachia Zammit

Photo 3 – Intruding Osprey

  • 30cm x 30cm – £35 (+ standard UK delivery – £4.95)
  • 40cm x 40cm – £50 (+ standard UK delivery – £5.95)
  • 60cm x 60cm – £80 (+ standard UK delivery – £6.95)
Intruding osprey ©Chris Cachia-Zammit

Intruding osprey ©Chris Cachia-Zammit

If you would like to order a canvas, or for more information telephone Loch of the Lowes on 01350 727337 or email lochofthelowes@scottishwildlifetrust.org.uk

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Getting osprey withdrawal symptoms already?… we have the perfect antidote!… Chris’ osprey canvases! Supplied with an easy to use hanging kit, these stunning images have proven to be extremely popular …

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