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Roy’s latest blog

In his latest blog, Roy celebrates the 60th anniversary of his first Osprey sighting at Loch Garten.

Wandering eagles

The four White-tailed Eagles we released on the Isle of Wight in partnership with Forestry England in 2019 have begun exploring further afield. This has coincided with an increased number of sightings of continental White-tailed Eagles. Read more here. 

There is more detailed background information on the project here and we also have a Frequently Asked Questions page.

Report an eagle sighting

A number of White-tailed Eagles have been seen over gardens during the coronavirus lockdown in England recently. If you are lucky enough to photograph one in this way, please report it using our online form.

G324 was photographed by Amy Robjohns over Fareham on 4th April

Follow Ospreys Carr and Deshar on migration

Last summer we satellite-tagged two juvenile Ospreys at a nest near Carrbridge in the Scottish Highlands. Sadly Carr has died in Morocco, but Deshar has made it to the Senegal coast. You can check out the latest data on our satellite tracking map.

New podcast

8th April 1960 was the day when Roy Dennis saw his first ever osprey, while working at the famous Loch Garten site in the Highlands of Scotland. Sixty years on, he’s still working with the birds, and this podcast was recorded in early March as (with colleagues Fraser Cormack and Ian Perks) he sets out to rebuild a local osprey nest which is in danger of collapse.

This podcast was recorded before the introduction of restrictions on movement due to coronavirus.

You can listen to our other podcasts here.