Remember me

It’s strange to be at Lyndon without the ospreys, we miss their presence acutely. However, we remember them fondly, and have a video playing in the centre for our last weekend, showing highlights from Manton Bay! For those of you who haven’t seen the video before, and those who wish to watch it again, here it is – the highlights of the Manton Bay season 2016!

After tomorrow, the Lyndon Centre will close for the winter until mid-March 2017. However, all does not stop when the ospreys leave – there is plenty happening on the nature reserve over the autumn and winter! Keep your eyes on the website, as there will be lots of news and activities to share with you, not to mention the remainder of 30’s migration!

Thank you to everyone who has visited us this season, we hope you enjoyed your visit and that you will return next year! Thank you also to each and every volunteer who has given up their time to help us talk to visitors, man the reception desk in the centre and monitor the ospreys in the hide – you are all amazing!

Sunset over the Sine Saloum (JW)

The sun sets on another successful osprey season (JW)

 

4 responses to “Remember me”

  1. Ann

    Kayleigh, Many thanks for all the blogs this season–very welcome, especially for those who cannot be there in person all year but only once or twice. But I must say, your title for this blog had me apprehensive–sounded like someone (or some Osprey) had died. Very relieved to find it was not true but my fingers are still crossed for 30 to reach her winter home safely!

  2. Norman

    Just think you are all fantastic thank you

  3. Sheila FE

    A lovely reminder of a wonderful season, Kayleigh. Thank you. And, yes, I enjoyed my visits to see the ‘family’, and also the Tenth Anniversary Celebration for which I also thank you and the team. I look forward to seeing photos of Yellow 30(05) in her winter quarters!!!

  4. Bill Hunt

    Another season over, 3 more beautiful ospreys in the world…. what a privilege it has been to see Maya and 33 so diligently caring for their babies. Here’s hoping they all have a good winter in Africa! Thank you for all the blogs Kayleigh, you do a great job! Thanks to all the other team members for keeping the cameras going for all of us to see the wonder of the ospreys in Manton Bay! See you all next year!