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In Memoriam Hartmuth Wiedenroth († 03.06.2011)

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Thema: Fischadler-Loch of the Lowes, Dunkeld, WALES


Lassie legte am 4.4.2017 das erste Ei

The first egg is here! Exciting news, the first osprey egg of the season has been laid this evening!
The female stood up at 7:10pm to reveal the mottled egg and within a few minutes the male returned to the nest to investigate...

https://scottishwildlifetrust.org.uk/2017/04/the-first-egg-is-here/






Video von scyllabub - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=352mY9-ddm0

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7 April 2017 - Lassie legte das zweite Ei

https://scottishwildlifetrust.org.uk/2017/04/second-egg-season/






© Scottish Wildlife Trust - Loch of the Lowes

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J_pwTC8peik

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Das erste Küken ist geschlüpft







© Scottish Wildlife Trust - Loch of the Lowes



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Fünf Tage nach dem ersten schlüpfte das dritte Küken. Ei #2 war offensichtlich unfruchtbar...

Der Große & der Lütte beim Frühstück



https://scottishwildlifetrust.org.uk/2017/05/exciting-day-loch-lowes/






© Scottish Wildlife Trust - Loch of the Lowes

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© Scottish Wildlife Trust - Loch of the Lowes

Scotland: Ringing Chicks and Osprey News by Jane Hamilton

Based on the wing length we believe the older chick (now PH2) is a female and the younger chick (PH1) is a male – females are generally a little larger. The new rings will be very useful for us as the chicks are getting older and the size difference between them is now less noticeable.
https://scottishwildlifetrust.org.uk/2017/06/ringing-chicks-osprey-news/







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© Scottish Wildlife Trust - Loch of the Lowes

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03 July 2017 - Ready to Leave the Nest?

Now that the chicks are about 7 weeks old we have been starting to see a lot of pre-fledging behaviour. They have been stretching their wings a lot and sometimes lifting off the nest a few inches while flapping.

Ospreys tend to take their first flight about 50-56 days old1. The older chick (PH2) is now 51 days old and the younger (PH1) is 46 days old. However, females tend to be heavier and so lighter males will often fledge before their sisters. It is hard to say who will make the leap first as the male (PH1) is a full five days younger.

https://scottishwildlifetrust.org.uk/2017/07/ready-leave-nest/







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06 July 2017 - PH2 has fledged! By Jane Hamilton, Assistant Ranger

The eldest osprey chick (PH2) fledged the nest this afternoon at 2.04pm. First flights normally last just a few minutes – PH2 flew a few circled around the nest and then found a convenient branch in a Scots Pine to rest. She has been perched there ever since – perhaps a little nervous to make the return journey!

https://scottishwildlifetrust.org.uk/2017/07/ph2-has-fledged/




https://youtu.be/G-m-JZ8MjF4





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LOTL - PH1 & PH2





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