Over the past few weeks, we have seen so much action from the ospreys in Manton Bay. The chicks have grown from tiny hatchlings to handsome five-week-old juveniles, fed on a diet of fish from 33, who has frequently caught fish in the bay itself, right in front of the hides! We get to see a lot of these occurrences on the live camera, such as 33 delivering fish, Maya feeding the chicks, and each step of their rapid development. However, there are some things that can only be experienced by visiting the nature reserve itself – Waderscrape and Shallow Water hides overlook the osprey nest and can be accessed from the Lyndon Reserve. The following photographs by Field Officer John Wright demonstrate some of the exciting things that have been happening in Manton Bay recently!