After scanning the skies and all the usual perches, I came to the conclusion that the Osprey wasn't present. So I started to scan the water's edge for waders - thankfully.
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In reply to JudiM:
JudiM said:Fabulous Bob She's back then
Seen on the 18th apparently. I saw her on 20th when hunting (unsuccessfully) and she was in at least 3 times but always disappeared for an hour or so and disappeared altogether after the last unsuccessful hunt. No sign when I passed by yesterday. There today from 1600 when I arrived and still there at 1700 when I left. Nowhere to be seen when I passed by on my way home at about 1830.
Ruby Tuesday - she comes and then she goes
I wont be there for the next 3 days as off to Bempton .
Hazel in the Gironde estuary, France
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