Category Archives: Nest 3

Empty nest at Nest 3. But not at Nest 2

The scheduled recordings for the last few days at Nest 3 were downloaded this morning. On 1 September in the late afternoon juvenile VR was guarding a fish. He flew off with it a few minutes later but returned to the nest to … Continue reading

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VR is still at Nest 3

The juvenile male VR is still present at Nest 3 – and shouting for lunch today! It is c102 days since he hatched so he is about 3 weeks into the migration period. His sister VH probably left on 24 August … Continue reading

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Nest 3 update

The last Nest 3 update was a couple of weeks ago. At that time the female hadn’t been seen since 12 August and she hasn’t been captured on footage since nor been seen during field observations. The male has been bringing … Continue reading

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Nest 3 update

The latest download of footage from the Nest 3 camera plus field observations indicate the family spend long periods away from the nest although it is still the focus for food. The female was last seen on the nestcam on … Continue reading

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Intrusions galore and other matters

Ospreys are heading south now and Kielder is always a good place for Scottish birds to stop for a fish. Or a bit of sightseeing. The number of intrusions on Nests 1 and 2 is rising. This 2013 osprey from … Continue reading

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Nest 3 specialist subject – food!

Downloads for the last few days at Nest 3 contained a few ’empty nest’ clips but a lot of eating too! Both juveniles have been supplied with plenty of fish. Sometimes only one has been on the nest during the short … Continue reading

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Three more visits to Kielder for UV

On 19 July UV arrived at Kielder for his longest visit to date. There were many fixes, so a wealth of detail to enable his activity to be interpreted, which Paul did so well in this post. UV was drawn … Continue reading

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