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Osprey Easter Egg Hunt comp: 3rd set of clues

Posted: Wednesday 23rd March 2016 by foulshaw-moss-osprey-viewpoint

Osprey nesting tree at Foulshaw Moss Nature ReserveOsprey nesting tree at Foulshaw Moss Nature Reserve

Have you spotted any of the osprey eggs yet? If you’re struggling to locate them, don’t worry, we’re back with more clues…

Our conservation projects range from restoring hay meadows and upload wetland restoration to red squirrel conservation and marine conservation. Our biggest and most immediate challenge right now is securing funding for an inspirational building as the base for all our activities at Gosling Sike Farm, near Carlisle.

The current skills gap in conservation is huge, yet opportunities for people to access these skills have been disappearing over recent years. Gosling Sike Farm is our opportunity to change this.

If you go to our and navigate to ‘What We DO you’ll find our conservation projects … the next clutch of eggs is hidden somewhere on the Gosling Sike Farm’s page!

There are loads of wild activities for the whole family to get involved with and have some fun together whilst helping wildlife. From building a home for a hedgehog in the garden, to constructing a bug house, to making a bird a nesting house. Within our wildlife pages you’ll find a page, (and the eggs), all about our wild family activities to get stuck into!

p.s – To enter and be in with a chance of winning your 1st year of Individual membership with us remember to comment on our original blog the total number of eggs you find. 1st set of clues 2nd set of clues

Happy searching! 

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