Ospreys Live

The Woodland Trust is currently screening amazing live video of the daily lives of a family of Ospreys in the Scottish Highlands. 

Ospreys, also known as fish hawks, are birds who base their diet almost exclusively on fish. 

Earlier this year, the Trust installed a web-cam overlooking the nest and hundreds of people have been watching over the past few months – starting with the eggs, then seeing them hatch, the chicks slowly growing up, and now everyone is looking out for the fish coming in each day to feed the youngsters!

And any day now they are going to start thinking about flying!

Please do let us know if you are watching when something special happens!

Photo Credit – Peter Cairns/WTML for the fabulous photo of the Osprey on our front page



You can watch the video directly below, but my recommendation is to click here to watch on the official Woodland Trust website, where you can also see all of the comments made by the keen watchers.  It’s great to see that so many people are interested and it’s fun to read about the Ospreys’ daily activities.

Fun fact!

I read in the comments that people are taking it in turns to keep an eye on the video to count the number of fish that are brought back by Louis, the male Osprey!

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