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Not up too early, lay in bed listening to out of doors on radio Scotland, it was 9.30 when I scoped the Ospreys, but just before I did I saw a fox on the path some 50m away head down sniffing , I froze but was very exposed and the fox ran off after looking up, into the barley field. I thought that would have been that but within 15 mins a pair of foxes were on the path and I was an obvious intrusion, I thought the pair a male and female as there was no…
With trepidation after the gale force winds of Sunday and Monday, I was fully aware that the eyrie might not be there in it's entirety. It was, and at 5.30am my erratic blood pressure was calmed by the sight of her on the eyrie and him perched nearby. What was more the tree sparrows, both of them, were moving in and out of the eyrie, so I presume now feeding chicks. Two nests in one! Can't report anything much happening in the next hour. However on the Sunday I went out twice and in very windy conditions,…
Derek what are these insects, and don't say ladybird and shield bug , I've got that far already. I have posted both on Ispot so lets see how good your reference books are !! have you been to Ispot ?…
T in the park so it must rain and it is, 10th July and went to visit the ospreys, between drizzles of rain, had to step carefully due to hundreds well I mean lots of  toadlets. see pics, I have put these pics on Ispot to verify that they are toads and not frogs. This is a fantastic resource when you can't identify a species, any species. The nearest pond is 500m away and I assume their origin, although a stream from the pond is 30m away. The young Ospreys are now the size of their parents…
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