Yan and Tan are now known as 410 and 411 (officially at least). Alasdair McKee explains why ringing the osprey chicks is so important
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As the osprey chicks grow and get more boisterous, Alasdair McKee describes how Blue 35 sometimes needs to find some 'alone time'
It was a long six weeks for Foulshaw osprey watchers. The wait is now over and Alasdair McKee describes the the chicks' arrival over the past week.
A highlight for what has been a hard week for everyone has been the return of the lovely Blue 35 to the nest at Foulshaw Moss Nature Reserve. Despite having to close the gates at Foulshaw Moss due…
As we eagerly anticipate the return of our Osprey pair Blue 35 and White YW later this month we thought we would update our summary of all the chicks they have raised together in the last six…
The first week in September usually marks the end of osprey season at Foulshaw Moss Nature Reserve as the birds begin their epic migration.
Guest blogger Alasdair McKee, osprey enthusiast and volunteer at Foulshaw Moss Nature Reserve, gives a recap of the osprey chicks' lives so far.
by guest blogger, Michael Redman
Well, it’s been nearly 3 weeks since the last osprey has been seen at Foulshaw Moss. It’s gone so quickly! From guessing the number of eggs in the nest to fledgling/landing conundrums! And now we…
White DP, a 2 year old female osprey visits Foulshaw Moss nesting site keeping our Foulshaw family on their toes, or rather their talons.