Tiger's Osprey Info & World Bird Cams
I've been thru the whole of yesterday. Needless to say, events may have been missed.
BUFFER - 02:30-02:46
CARNYX SCREEN 03:37 for a couple of minutes
No little birds seen up to now.
In reply to Catlady:
2016: first time in history an Osprey nested in the NL. 2018: 2 active nests! 2019: a winterstorm took that first nest down. Here comes 2020.
@OM and Thanks to 25 Mac for bringing info forward from FB.
Wonderful news after40 years.I was hoping that Tigers
Ospreys News Bulletins would have more info, particularly as he had commented. Maybe later today we will learn more.
It's been horrible scrollng thru, the pixels are so unstable.
I can't ID this little bird, not no-how:
It's been raining but I don't think it is now.
Hi scylla. He does look quite finchy and also quite stripey. A humbug finch? I can't really see his beak that well and it doesn't look that fine but I might plump for a meadow pipit and wait to be shot down in flames. 2nd guess - a siskin? His legs aren't long enough for a pipit...??
There were 22 osprey nests in Scotland in 1978. 11 failed.
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I wonder if an empty nest qualifies as a failed nest?
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