Category Archives: Osprey video

Growing youngsters, and a bit about UV

The chicks on Nests 1A and 2 are looking more like young ospreys every day. They have been getting used to walking round the nests and beating their wings, albeit with some ‘rain stops play’ interludes. Like yesterday, all day. … Continue reading

Posted in Blue UV, Nest 4, Osprey updates, Osprey video, UK | Tagged | 1 Comment

Second Nest 4 hatch

Whilst 69 was feeding chick 1 on Nest 4 this morning, in the background we could follow the 2nd hatch process. Mrs 69 brooded soon after the above screenshot. The next time there was a good view into the nest … Continue reading

Posted in Nest 4, Osprey video, UK | Tagged | Leave a comment

Finally, three eggs visible on Nest 1A. Just!

Gaining insight into what the nest cup on Nest 1A contains has been a tricky task but some of the obstructions  have been moved and partial views are possible. The first time frame by frame analysis of shuffles revealed three … Continue reading

Posted in Nest 3, Nest 4, Osprey updates, Osprey video, UK | Tagged , | 2 Comments

Second egg for Nest 1A

Losing the direct view into the nest cup thanks to good parents YA and Mrs YA building a high nest rim and deep cup is a bit of a blow for humans but we are sure the second egg was laid today. … Continue reading

Posted in Osprey updates, Osprey video, UK | Tagged | 1 Comment

First egg for Nest 1A

An earlier post commented that it would be difficult to see eggs on Nest 1A because the front edge of the nest has been added to and the cup scraped deeper every day. However from behaviour we believe there is an … Continue reading

Posted in Osprey updates, Osprey video, UK | Tagged | 2 Comments

Reacquaintance

Despite the weather YA and Mrs YA spent plenty of time re-bonding and working on the nest rather than sheltering in trees. When that screenshot was taken Mrs YA was off eating the fish YA had given her at 11.00. … Continue reading

Posted in Osprey updates, Osprey video, UK | Tagged | 5 Comments

Sea change

The last few posts about UV described his quite settled existence. He has no fixed routine -spending different amounts of time in several places – but he uses familiar spots and he can sit for hours! Just like most over-wintering ospreys. On Wednesday … Continue reading

Posted in Abroad, Blue UV, Migration, Osprey updates, Osprey video, Uncategorized | Tagged , | 5 Comments