Monthly Archives: August 2017

‘Old’ news

A visit to download footage at Nest 3 today suggests Ayle, the Nest 1A juvenile who ‘adopted’ Nest 3 as her food source, has migrated. She was on Nest 3 on the evening of ¬†19 August. She flew soon after … Continue reading

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Nests 2 and 4 intrusions continue. Including by UV

Daily intrusions continue at Nests 2 and 4. Sometimes only a shadow or a distant bird can be seen, but on Nest 2 several ringed ospreys have landed, or come close enough to be identified. All have been to Kielder … Continue reading

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Action – or not – on Nests 1A and 3

As the end of the season nears, activity on the nests reduces as the juveniles spend time exploring – and perching – elsewhere. The nest is still a focus for food, but little else. On Nest 3, the male has … Continue reading

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UV still roaming. But a hover at Kielder!

UV isn’t showing any signs of staying in a relatively small area and building up reserves for his migration. On 13 August he began his day at Tindale Tarn before heading up to the Longtown area. In late afternoon, he … Continue reading

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Blue W6 returns

The Nest 1A camera is working intermittently some days, not at all others. Today it was on and off for over an hour and captured a Welsh visitor. Blue W6, a 2015 male from Welsh nest B/M also known as … Continue reading

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UV’s recent activity

UV’s landing on Nest 2 on Monday was a highlight of the season. It’s so much more of a thrill to see ‘him’, rather than a red dot on Google Earth. Here is another image. He left just before Aln … Continue reading

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Nests round up

Nest 3 continues to host Ayle, the Nest 1A juvenile, in most of the footage. She seems more integrated, with less evidence that the adults regard her as an intruder when she is flying. Ayle was on and off the … Continue reading

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