All the HISTORY of Balgavies Loch Ospreys can be found at the start of the 2019 THREAD.
It is a SWT Nature Reserve near Forfar, Angus, Scotland. There is no webcam on the nest, and there is no Visitor Centre, only a small Hide with limited car parking spaces.
They have a FACEBOOK Page - LINK HERE
LINK TO BALGAVIES LOCH OSPREYS - 2021
LINK TO BALGAVIES LOCH OSPREYS - 2020
LINK TO BALGAVIES LOCH OSPREYS - 2019
LINK TO BALGAVIES LOCH OSPREYS - 2018
LINK TO BALGAVIES LOCH OSPREYS - 2017
LINK TO BALGAVIES LOCH OSPREYS - 2016
LINK TO BALGAVIES LOCH OSPREYS - 2015
LINK TO BALGAVIES LOCH OSPREYS - 2014
The nest failed in 2020 and 2019 but the new male KR3 and Unringed female returned in 2021 and raised 3 chicks.
EJ's Memorial Balgavies Loch Ospreys 2022
Some of Darren's fab photos from last season.
© DARREN DAWSON
A confirmed sighting at Loch Clunie
BALGAVIES FACEBOOK PAGE
Why do posh links no longer work to anywhere on Facebook, if anyone knows how to do it please reveal LOL...
In reply to MaryGK:
MaryGK said:Why do posh links no longer work to anywhere on Facebook, if anyone knows how to do it please revea
I can't even type a post on Facebook any more, I tried to reply to Chloe about her dogs but the page kept jumping about.
However, here's a try at a posh link ("only" to my small BlueXD album).
Surprise, surprise, it worked! I just pasted the URL into Insert/Link and selected New Window.
Plus !!! I'm doing this in my sleep, as my repaired laptop cam back from the mender's in a terrible, terrible mess, and it's not going to be fixed (by me) until much later!
BTW - It's probably in our favour that Balgavies can't have a cam, because Darren might not feel so compelled to take his beautiful pictures if it were online
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Thank You SCYLLA - will give it a try.
I had never done the New Window bit before.
Well I agree about Balgavies, I hope it always stays small, no visitor centre or webcam can surpass a small hide, with friendly people, and lots of blethering
MaryGK said:I had never done the New Window bit before.
I always do when the link is going to take us away from the thread we're in, including to other sites. Then one can simply close the new tab/window when we've seen what we needed to see, and our original page is still sitting there.
Kind regards, Ann
Report from one of the Admins that there are 2 Ospreys at Balgavies this morning. Will have to wait to Darren goes with his big lens to confirm if it is the unringed female and KR3.
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