In reply to pudweena:
Many thanks, Pudweena. Time for a toddle out to Arne, then :-)
In reply to LindyLou:
Good luck but hope you won't be too tired! :-)
I don't suppose you could ask it to stick around until the weekend of the 14/15 September please?
Caroline in jersey
In reply to Germain:
Will do our best Caroline, lovely to hear from you and you are going to be here? :-) Sorry so long time no speak, some 'friend' :-( Hope you & family are well - been missing Jersey lots, been far too long.
Hi PW - still trying to find out about the Barn Owls & have forgotten how to email Michael Wilson - can you point me in the right direction??
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In reply to WendyBartter:
Hi Wendy, as of last week the Barn Owls had still not been in the nestbox with the camera on it and not been seen for a while although there is another box in the barn but without a camera so hopefully they are still around but just using the other box at the moment. I have the general Arne e-mail address which is firstname.lastname@example.org so I'm sure a message addressed to Michael will reach him quickly.
Hope all's well with you, not caught up with your latest news yet.
Thanks for that news PW - will keep checking daily in the hope of a sighting!
George K is doing fine & will be offered his freedom this coming Saturday - nail biting times ahead! I will be posting the latest pic of him tomorrow - it's a good 'un!
Hi All Arne Osprey Lovers, We (2 RSPB members for many years) have not yet been to Arne but will be visiting Arne and the region for a week from the 13th and would love some advice about when and where we are most likely to see Ospreys at Arne or elsewhere in Dorset, especially south Dorset. Loved seeing the Osprey family at Manton Bay last month and are hoping to see more Ospreys. Many thanks--all suggestions are most welcome! Please Friend and PM me if you prefer not to publish exact info so publicly--thanks!
In reply to Gardenbirder:
Hi Gardenbirder - if you go to the Visitor hut at Arne next to the car park there will be very helpful staff to point you in the right direction of where and when any latest sightings have been and how to get there and it is manned 7 days a week :-)
Hi Pudweena - Thanks so much for that! Could not tell from the website if the place is manned (or womanned--LOL) or not. Now hoping there will still be Ospreys migrating then....
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