Loch Garten ospreys

Loch Garten ospreys

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  • Wow! What a stag night that was!!

    As we are turning the corner into October, the red deer are hotting up for the rutting season. Competing for and defending their hinds, the stags roar at one another, which is a great way to size up other males and attract in the females. And it isn’t...
  • Wink wink

    Wink wink...that wasn’t a come on but the sound of pink footed geese flying overhead. Richard mentioned in an earlier blog the arrival of the pink feet heralding the coming of autumn. It has become a familiar sight and sound of late as these migrants...
  • Millie and Breagha

    Downloading information from the osprey’s trackers is like waiting for exam results. I have to refrain from hiding behind my fingers as I wait for the points to pop up on the screen, hoping to see that there has been movement from our birds. There...
  • Fabulous Fungi and Marvellous Millie

    Autumn is hitting the forest and it looks spectacular, thus reminding me of why it is my favourite of the four seasons. Crisp, misty mornings with bejewelled spider webs, the fading purple of the heather, the glow of the low autumnal sun between the trees...
  • More from meandering Millie

    More news from our young satellite tagged ospreys courtesy of Mike. It looks like Millie is doing a bit of border hopping whilst Breagha is being as predictable as ever – which really isn’t something to complain about! It looks like Millie...
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