Another arrival and a bit more on 37

A visit to Nest 3 which has the unstreamed nestcam was productive today – the breeding female has returned safely.

the Nest 3 female flies in at 14.00
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She may have arrived no earlier than today because the nest looks the same as on previous checks. She didn’t do any ‘nestoration’ but sat on the edge looking around and chipping occasionally before flying away.

looking for her mate?
(c) Forestry Commission England

So we now have one established pair, one male – 37 on Nest 2 – and one female on their nests. What did 37 do today?

37 scraped the nest cup a couple of times.

on with business
(c) Forestry Commission England

He brought a stick.

placement decision
(c) Forestry Commission England

But for the rest of the day he was scarce. It was surprising that he didn’t show up at Nest 3 during the monitoring session given that the female is back, but plenty of time…

We’re thrilled to have four of our breeding ospreys back safely and hope to see the rest soon.

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6 Responses to Another arrival and a bit more on 37

  1. Jo says:

    Well …… it’s all coming together very nicely …… #beaming here for you all :-D

  2. Chris says:

    Hi Joanna,

    Thanks for the great news!

    I’m hoping all is well with UV and wondering if he has begun his migration yet?

    Thanks,

    Chris

    • joannadailey says:

      There’ll be a post about UV over the weekend, Chris. If he’d begun his migration there’d have been a flash report!

  3. KeithR says:

    Is this the same non ringed female that started breeding at the nest 2014.

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