In reply to Bobs_Still_Retired:
In reply to Lisa K:
Lisa K said:Could it be Rannoch?
Presumably it could be any left leg blue ring bird. Last one I saw there with a blue ring that I could read was on 19 August when CN2 was present and fishing. We quite often get kielder birds in I suspect as we are only 40 ish miles away. Remember not everyone knows what each Osprey is called, some of us only go by the ring numbers when we can read them
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13/09 09:02 East Sussex : Western Osprey, Bewl Water still 13/09 09:06 Berkshire : Western Osprey, Theale GPs one over Hosehill Lake for 10 minutes yesterday afternoon (12/09 14:00) 13/09 09:46 Suffolk : Western Osprey, Blyth Estuary still at Blythburgh at Hen Reedbed SWT mid-morning 13/09 10:11 Norfolk : Western Osprey, Strumpshaw Fen RSPB two from Reception Hide 13/09 10:12 Devon : Western Osprey, Seaton juvenile still on Axe Estuary 13/09 10:15 Cambridgeshire : Western Osprey, Grafham Water one early morning yesterday; also Whinchat near north end of dam
14/09 10:40 Suffolk : Western Osprey, Blyth Estuary still at Blythburgh at Hen Reedbed SWT 14/09 10:48 South Yorkshire : Western Osprey, Silkstone Common one flew west (10:48) 14/09 10:59 Staffordshire : Western Osprey, Blithfield Reservoir again flew towards Blithe Bay (10:15) 14/09 11:32 Greater Manchester : Western Osprey, Elton Reservoir one flew south 14/09 12:13 West Yorkshire : Western Osprey, Wintersett Reservoir one flew south (10:10) 14/09 14:14 Cornwall : Western Osprey, Drift Reservoir one again this morning
15/09 08:13 West Yorkshire : Western Osprey, Newmillerdam CP one this morning
Watched a lovely juvenile male (unringed) flying and fishing at Coombe Heath, Arne, Dorset, this morning.
c Alison Copland
Birdies LG DU update.
16/09 08:51 Glamorgan : Western Osprey, Llanrhidian Marsh, Gower two this morning
17/09 08:55 Buckinghamshire : Western Osprey, Willen Lake one circling South Lake (08:35) 17/09 10:04 Devon : Western Osprey, Exminster two on Exe Estuary off Turf Hotel then flew upriver (09:25)
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