Start of a new year so start of a new thread.
I have changed the title slightly.
It could be a momentous year when, hopefully, our resident Ospreys return.
For the 2021 thread click HERE
In reply to Richard G B:
Thank you for starting a new thread, RICHARD I hadn't forgotten, but had 01 March in mind, with bits 'n pieces up to then. But thinking about it, it's much more sensible to start now
Richard G B said:At 1307 a very attractive visitor to the nest in the afternoon sun
Just found it on my rounds, Richard - too bad about the shadow but it could have been worse. Really gorgeous Buzzard. I left off the third Crow, it was a short repeat of the first two, probably one of them after a flyaround.
(I hope you're not going to tell me it's not the nest tree!)
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In reply to scylla:
Kind regards, Ann
06 January turned more and more wet 'n windy. If this was a floaty flyer it was RIP:
I've been swamped by failures and shortfalls today so have deleted all the files - am hoping that "no reports" means no significant activity missed.
In reply to Cirrus:
The expert is on the job:
I'm never going to ID Crow/Raven again, I just get it wrong every time - except very occasionally
(I tried to improve sound but it's very weak.)
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