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Long time no see...
I've been below the radar a bit recently, like many of our adult kites who have gone off to moult and recoup after a busy summer season. But like them also I'm now back and ready for winter! In the last couple of weeks the kite roosts have come into their own again with up to 20 birds sharing...
13 Oct 2009
Aberdeen Red Kites Fledging Party!
Well, I'm sure you've all been as glued to your computer screens/laptops/fancy phones as I've been, watching our three Aberdeen Red Kite chicks (live on our webcam!!!) grow from fluffy cute little white bundles to almost adult size, with a wingspan of around 5ft 7, in just six weeks! Over...
23 Jun 2011
Where Are They Now?
After a fantastic breeding season with six successful nests producing 15 young we should have a lot of kites to look for flying around Aberdeenshire. However, this is now getting more difficult! Most birds have now lost their radio transmitters, which means that we have to rely on the unique two digit...
30 Nov 2010
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