Each year, the ospreys at Loch Garten have people across the world gripped in their tale of violence, adultery and... well... fishing.
This year's diary, written by the Osprey Information Assistants at the Loch Garten Osprey Centre, picks up the saga where we left off.
We update the blog at least twice a week - more often when there's high drama here. We hope you enjoy reading as the nest-side story unfolds...
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Fundraising for satellite tags
We need to raise funds to enable us to track this year's Loch Garten ospreys. To donate to our appeal, please go to our JustGiving page. Thank you for your support.
The male osprey that had a plastic ring inscribed 'HV' (nicknamed 'Henry') was ringed as a chick in a nest on the Black Isle, just north of Inverness, on 9 July 1998.
Henry had distinctive orange eyes. Young ospreys have orange eyes, but they usually turn yellow as they get older.
For the first time since 2003, Henry didn't turn up at Loch Garten in 2008.
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A magnificent osprey - will always have a special place in my heart. Pru