Some people think Ospreys are a matter of life and death. I don't like that attitude. I can assure them it is much more serious than that.
CRinger - everything about LG just now to me is a mystery. I just cannot believe that after all the hassle Odin and EJ endured that there is no osprey in sight. It seems the young are only interested in established nests and to cause havoc. It is very sad but I think it more likely that we could see a mature male which has been ousted from their own nest. For us it has just been a few months, but looking at this empty nest, I can't even begin to imagine the delight of those witnessing the return of the osprey back in 1956 and nesting 1959.
No-one seen overnight.
No little (or any other) birds yet.
IMAGICAT | LG DAILY OBS
Red 8T was EJ's partner for about a week in 2005 until Henry turned up on 25th April 2005 all covered in oil.
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I've whipped thru the day and found no visitors whatsoever - but did go rather fast cos I've got a lot to do.
No visitors until one I hadn't seen for many nights!
The Carnyx screen intruded once or twice.
No overnight visitors.
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