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Crook of Baldoon
Do you love our Crook of Baldoon nature reserve or the Wigtown ospreys? Share your thoughts with the community. Or if you're thinking about visiting and would like to find out more, ask away!
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  • Blog Post: JD almost gone, JC still Lazing around!

    Things are getting very exciting wi th the Wigtown Bay Osprey Project as JD shows signs of fledging imminently. JD who we are almost positive is our elder male chick from weight, size and behaviour, was seen on Tuesday 12 th July jumping up and hovering so high he went out of camera shot. There was one...
  • Blog Post: So long and thanks for all the fish!

    Next Monday will be the last day of my contract as Wigtown Wildlife and Community Officer, so I thought I had better sign off. There will be a new contract advertised soon for 2012's RSPB Wildlife and Community Officer which is due to start in March. 2011 has been an interesting year for Wigtown...
  • Blog Post: Ian is back from migration but still no news of JC

    I had a very enjoyable visit to both the Glaslyn and Dyfi Osprey Projects in Wales, great to hear that all three chicks at each project are going strong. Still no news of JC so I think we have to assume that she is probably dead. JD is still doing well, he can be seen feeding at the nest site daily...
  • Blog Post: The Wigtown Bay Ospreys seem to have definately gone.

    The Wigtown Bay Ospreys seem to have definitely gone, I have received no more sightings of Ospreys over Wigtown Bay since the 1st of September . Just as well with the weather we are currently experiencing, lets hope they were safely to the South before it arrived! Apparently there are still this year's...
  • Blog Post: Ian goes on Migration!

    On Friday, 22nd July I am going up to visit the Aberfoyle Osprey Project, the birthplace of H/D our resident female. Hopefully this visit will give me some inspiration as to what could be improved with our own visitor centre at the Wigtwon County Buildings. It's just a pity that Aberfoyle has...