LM12 and PH2 have left the loch

On this mild, breezy September afternoon, Loch of the Lowes and surrounding areas (especially the bay with the osprey tree) is lying still and silent.

The whole osprey family together earlier this year – LM12 (right) and LF15 (left) with their two chicks PH2 and PH1 ©Scottish Wildlife Trust

The time has come to confirm that LM12 and PH2 have set off south on their migrations.

The last confirmed osprey sighting was very early on Thursday morning however, there were several later possible osprey sightings, none of which landed or fished on the loch.

Today, up to 8 ospreys have been seen at Loch Leven, so perhaps our two are there?

It has been a wonderful season with two new healthy young ospreys up and on their way.

We wish them all the very best of luck and truly hope we may see LM12 and LF15 back again next year.

Cherry

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On this mild, breezy September afternoon, Loch of the Lowes and surrounding areas (especially the bay with the osprey tree) is lying still and silent. The time has come to …

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