In reply to Tiger:
Thanks Karen for posting the tweet, look forward to hearing more about her journey. She gets on with it doesn't she.
EJ's Memorial Balgavies Loch Ospreys 2021
In reply to MaryGK:
She certainly does Mary.
I wonder if there are any others back at Rutland? There could well be and hopefully we'll hear more on that as well as 30's progress in their update tonight.
In reply to Karen:
Hopefully they will mention any others back in 30's update Karen, if not it's back to the Trout Farm to see who has been photographed there :-). Only thing is it's a bit early for photographers to pay out the money and not many Ospreys back yet, so we may have to wait longer for any news.
Tiger, Many thanks for the link. If 30 takes the same number of days to return as last year (16), having left on the 11th this year she will be back next Monday, the 27th of March, I hope!
In reply to Gardenbirder:
Two females back at Rutland now 5n (04) is back
In reply to Lmac:
25(10) and 5N(04) are back.
c) Rutland Ospreys / River Gwash Ospreys FB
Hurray! 5N(04) is Glesni's Mum!
Good to have confirmation of off-site returnees:)
Birdie's DU Summaries 2018
Karen W said:25(10) and 5N(04) are back.
Didn't one or both of them visit the Manton Bay nest last year or the year before, while we were waiting for the residents? I've been hoping we'd get a repeat.
Tiger's Osprey Info & World Bird Cams
In reply to scylla:
Still to be confirmed but could the male 1J be back too?
From River Gwash Ospreys FB
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