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Updates from the nest

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Have a question about ospreys?

See if the answer is in our Osprey Fact File.

Thank you for following our 2019 season, we hope you enjoyed watching the osprey chicks develop and fledge! Our webcam is left on over winter, but it may occasionally be offline for short periods. This is usually either due to local power cuts or because we are carrying out work close to the osprey nest.

Latest videos from the osprey nest…

My fish, my dinner!

9 July 2019


Take away delivery

9 July 2019


Our webcam is being live streamed over YouTube so that it can be viewed on a wide range of devices and browsers, however there are some that YouTube does not support.

Find out if the internet browser you are using is supported by YouTube by clicking here.

If your browser is not supported, you will need to download one of the supported browsers in order to view the osprey webcam.

Help support osprey conservation

Become a member today to help support our ongoing conservation work at Loch of the Lowes.

As well as being a haven for ospreys, this reserve is home to red squirrels, beavers, otters and much more.

Your support will allow us to continue managing and maintaining this special place.



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