In reply to patily:
A whale of a fish just brought in by YW , all three on the nest, can't quite make out the ring number of who has it.
In reply to ChrisyB:
Couple back on the nest having tea
In reply to Richard G B:
Was just to leave when 5N flew in....and already gone
One on the nest, like 3AU at Manton,shouting for breakfast
Huge fish for 9N with a sibling shouting behind.
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In reply to Alison Copland:
Good morning Alison. Don't be late for the boat!
Birdies LG DU update.
In reply to Mike:
Morning Mike. Don't worry, there's plenty of time yet!
I had been keeping an eye on the nest cam but have not seen any ospreys on there for 3 or 4 days, though could have missed them of course!
I went to the reserve today, and was told that one had been seen by the nest this morning, but none were in evidence just then. They think the female has gone, and apparently 3 were seen I think this morning, at Leighton Moss RSPB reserve, not far away.
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"Empty nest syndrome. A great season. 6 Cumbrian nests fledged 14 chicks. Our grandchicks were the third generation since returning from extinction in 2001. Thanks to my brilliant @cumbriawildlife colleagues and all our visitors and supporters. Roll on April! #FoulshawOspreys"
In reply to ALAN PETRIE:
Thanks for the update ALAN Been an empty nest for a good few days now
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