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 Post subject: Re: UNITED KINGDOM (Dyfi, Loch of Lowes, etc)~2019-2024
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 Post subject: Re: UNITED KINGDOM (Dyfi, Loch of Lowes, etc)~2019-2024
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Glaslyn, Wales APRIL 4: Elen back with her fish 14:15 meeting Aran

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 Post subject: Re: UNITED KINGDOM (Dyfi, Loch of Lowes, etc)~2019-2024
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30/03/2024-Dorcha is home! Arrived 14.21.27

Welcome home Dorcha! She waits for a few moments then departs.
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The reunion of the Loch Arkaig Ospreys Louis & Dorcha - a wonderful if noisy event! 30 Mar 2024

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 Post subject: Re: UNITED KINGDOM (Dyfi, Loch of Lowes, etc)~2019-2024
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Loch of the Lowes, Scotland: First egg laid yesterday

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 Post subject: Re: UNITED KINGDOM (Dyfi, Loch of Lowes, etc)~2019-2024
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11.13.47 EGG!! Just a glimpse as she shakes her tail feathers and stands up


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17/04/2024 second egg :newegg: :newegg:

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 Post subject: Re: UNITED KINGDOM (Dyfi, Loch of Lowes, etc)~2019-2024
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Dyfi, Wales: Telyn laid her first egg April 12
Second egg laid April 15-Third egg laid April 18


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 Post subject: Re: UNITED KINGDOM (Dyfi, Loch of Lowes, etc)~2019-2024
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Loch Garten Ospreys in Abernathy, Scotland:
Asha and Brodie have returned. Because of terrible whether & gusty winds
successful maiting is a big problem for the male...still no eggs laid
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 Post subject: Re: UNITED KINGDOM (Dyfi, Loch of Lowes, etc)~2019-2024
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Llyn Clivedog, Wales: Three eggs now

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 Post subject: Re: UNITED KINGDOM (Dyfi, Loch of Lowes, etc)~2019-2024
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Glaslyn, Wales: No eggs yet...

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 Post subject: Re: UNITED KINGDOM (Dyfi, Loch of Lowes, etc)~2019-2024
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Glaslyn, Wales: First egg 23 APR 2024, Second egg 25 APR 2024 :newegg: :newegg:

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 Post subject: Re: UNITED KINGDOM (Dyfi, Loch of Lowes, etc)~2019-2024
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Glaslyn, Wales: Elen laid third egg today 8:07:14 - 8:07:18 (full sight of the clutch)

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 Post subject: Re: UNITED KINGDOM (Dyfi, Loch of Lowes, etc)~2019-2024
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:sorrow: Laddie of Loch of The Lowes found dead on 5/3/24. He first arrived in 2012 and was mate to Lady, Lassie and currently NCO. They had 3 eggs this season laid in April. I think he was last seen on cam around lunchtime on the 28th of April. His last fish delivery was on the 27th.

From Loch of The Lowes:

Loch of the Lowes osprey nest update
Tuesday 7th May 2024

It is with a very heavy heart that we announce that a dead osprey was found near Dunkeld on Friday 3 May, believed to be LM12.

On Saturday 4 May, Police Scotland issue a statement appealing for any information that the local community might have that could help establish the circumstances of death. The team are devastated at this news and we know many of you will also be. We would like to thank everyone for the outpouring of public grief on our social media.

Given the ongoing police investigation, we are not able to provide any further information at this time but will share any updates as they become available.

About the nest and eggs
(also posted on the Loch of the Lowes Facebook page)
Following the desperately sad loss of LM12, it has been encouraging to observe NC0 spending more time off the nest caring for herself by bathing and heading off on several fishing trips. The eggs have not been viable for several days now, after an extended period of exposure at night in the rain. Given that NC0 would not have been able to incubate them to hatching and raise any chicks without her mate, this was to be expected.
Since Thursday afternoon there have been two male intruders paying her attention and although NC0 has tolerated them sitting on top of the camera or the perch, she has seen them off as soon as they try to land on the nest.
One male has been a very distinctive darker bird, with an unusual large pupil in his right eye. The other bird is much paler, with markings on the back of his head similar to NC0’s ‘rocket’ at a distance. One of his distinctive features is the pretty ‘guy-liner’ at the edges of his eyes.
With NC0 having left the area this afternoon presumably on a fishing trip, this paler male landed on the nest at 14:18 and spent the next 35 minutes trying to nest scrape and kick out the eggs. He finally succeeded in flicking one out of the nest cup onto the edge, kicked another one clean out of the nest, and crushed the remaining one under his foot.
Believe it or not this is a good outcome for NC0, as it should help her now move on from periodically trying to incubate the eggs, and make her more receptive to accepting this new male. Should she decide to pair up with this new male, it will not only make it easier for her to retain and defend her territory, but also allow plenty of time for the pair to develop a strong bond for next season. Of course, it would help things along if this new male were to start woo-ing her with some fish.
It’s early days yet though, and with lots of young osprey due to return into the country any day now, there could be a lot more interest in the nest and in NC0. We will have to see how things unfold in the coming days.


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 Post subject: Re: UNITED KINGDOM (Dyfi, Loch of Lowes, etc)~2019-2024
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I am so sorry to hear this news, thanks for the info Swinwk.

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 Post subject: Re: UNITED KINGDOM (Dyfi, Loch of Lowes, etc)~2019-2024
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This is so incredibly sad!! :tissue: I think Loch of Lowes was the very first international osprey nest I ever watched...


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 Post subject: Re: UNITED KINGDOM (Dyfi, Loch of Lowes, etc)~2019-2024
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So sad, Terrible news

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The start of a new osprey era at Lowes?

Following the desperately sad loss of LM12, it has been encouraging to observe NC0 spending more time off the nest caring for herself by bathing and heading off on several fishing trips. The eggs have not been viable for several days now, after an extended period of exposure at night in the rain. Given that NC0 would not have been able to incubate them to hatching and raise any chicks without her mate, this was to be expected.

Since Thursday afternoon there have been two male intruders paying her attention and although NC0 has tolerated them sitting on top of the camera or the perch, she has seen them off as soon as they try to land on the nest.
One male has been a very distinctive darker bird, with an unusual large pupil in his right eye. The other bird is much paler, with markings on the back of his head similar to NC0’s ‘rocket’ at a distance. One of his distinctive features is the pretty ‘guy-liner’ at the edges of his eyes.

With NC0 having left the area this afternoon presumably on a fishing trip, this paler male landed on the nest at 14:18 and spent the next 35 minutes trying to nest scrape and kick out the eggs. He finally succeeded in flicking one out of the nest cup onto the edge, kicked another one clean out of the nest, and crushed the remaining one under his foot.

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Believe it or not this is a good outcome for NC0, as it should help her now move on from periodically trying to incubate the eggs, and make her more receptive to accepting this new male. Should she decide to pair up with this new male, it will not only make it easier for her to retain and defend her territory, but also allow plenty of time for the pair to develop a strong bond for next season. Of course, it would help things along if this new male were to start woo-ing her with some fish.

It’s early days yet though, and with lots of young osprey due to return into the country any day now, there could be a lot more interest in the nest and in NC0. We will have to see how things unfold in the coming days.

Raz Rasmussen, Perthshire Ranger
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 Post subject: Re: UNITED KINGDOM (Dyfi, Loch of Lowes, etc)~2019-2024
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Eggs laid: Egg #1 - 17.4.24 (10:48) Egg #2 - 20.4.24 (10:53) Egg #3 - 23.4.24 (20:47)

*Eggs destroyed on 7.5.24, by an unringed, pale male Osprey.
Deemed unviable due to being chilled and left for periods without incubation

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 Post subject: Re: UNITED KINGDOM (Dyfi, Loch of Lowes, etc)~2019-2024
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Rutland Manton Bay, UK: First hatch before midnight

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 Post subject: Re: UNITED KINGDOM (Dyfi, Loch of Lowes, etc)~2019-2024
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Dyfi, Wales: Second hatch

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Welcome little bob - first chick hatches! Wednesday 22nd May at 06.16.45

Welcome little bob - second chick hatches - it's twins! Wednesday 22nd May at 22.26.15
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