Kayleigh joined the team in 2014, after previously working at Loch Garten in Scotland. She is responsible for the day-to-day running of the project, and also writes the osprey diary on the website. She graduated from Bangor University in 2011 having done her dissertation on osprey behaviour.
After a career in engineering, Paul first became involved in the project in 1996 – the first year that chicks were translocated from Scotland. Paul assists Kayleigh with the running of the project during the summer, and is a fountain of knowledge for visitors to the Lyndon Centre and on the osprey cruises.
John has overall responsibility for all project fieldwork, and has worked in the role since 2002. A talented artist and photographer, John takes all photos on the website. Check out his blog for more!
Ken Davies, Jackie & Pete Murray
Ken, Jackie and Pete are responsible for all the Project’s educational work with schools and colleges, both locally and further afield. They visit schools, organise trips to see the ospreys, oversee World Osprey Week each spring, and develop exciting new learning opportunities!