Here comes the rain again

What a wet day we’ve had! The rain has been punctuated by brief sunny spells, but there has definitely been more rain than shine today. Lots of intrepid visitors got a soaking, as did the resilient Ospreys, but it is all worth it to see these incredible birds up close. The Bay has been very busy this afternoon – in addition to the presence of 51(11), four other male Ospreys were also spotted in the vicinity!

Who's there?

Who’s there?

33(11) mantling at an intruder

33(11) mantling at an intruder

 

The abundance of Ospreys meant that there was lots of action to see from the hides. 33(11) put on a great spectacle too when, at about 14:35 this afternoon, he caught a huge trout in the Bay, right in front of Shallow Water Hide! He took his catch off to the dead tree behind the nest, where he proceeded to eat his half. The fish was so big it took him a while to get through it, and it wasn’t until an hour and a half later that he brought it to the nest! Look out for 33 approaching the nest from behind in the video below.

33(11) delivers a huge trout to Maya

33(11) delivers a huge trout to Maya

 

It is not long now before our amazing Osprey Cruises begin! Join the Osprey Team as we set sail on the Rutland Belle for the chance to witness the spectacular sight of Ospreys fishing! The first cruise of the season is at 4:15pm on Saturday 31st May. Only 20 days to go, so book now! To book your place, or for more information, simply click here, or call us on 01572 653024 or 01572 737378. Be one of the first to experience a 2014 Osprey Cruise!

 

Join us for our first Osprey cruise of 2014!

Join us for our first Osprey cruise of 2014!

 

One response to “Here comes the rain again”

  1. Cirrus

    OK, then. All these spare males at long last. So please will one of them hook up with Blue 24 . She well deserves a bloke