In reply to MaryGK:
Thanks for the pics and posts re Laddie's early morning visit
Watching scroll back, a millisecond before he left the nest, there was a reflection of a bird flying over the Loch. Laddie chipped and flew in the same direction
13:12 Chipping close by - no osprey seen
In reply to Sandra :
Sandra P said:Thanks for the pics and posts re Laddie's early morning visit
I've just come upon it in one of my sporadic catchups of LOTL's cam :o
He was on the nest for 11 minutes, chipping on 'n off all the way thru!
Then there was a Great Tit - two, actually, but they made it too difficult to capture them both:
Then there was a smaller bird which might have been a Coal Tit, too small for a clear snap.
This morning, a family/group of someones sailing out into the loch:
That's up to 04:48.
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In reply to scylla:
Another sunny morning at Loch of the Lowes.
We have had an unusually amount of sunny days in Scotland since the end of March, which means that all nesting birds as well as our Ospreys should have flourished this season which is very encouraging.
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As there is not much activity to report, and it's the end of the month, I'm wondering whether to start a June thread or continue with this one but change the title to May/June 2020. Any thoughts will be most welcome.
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