By admin on July 15, 2013
Following on from Lynda’s fantastic report, here are John’s photos of all three chicks fledging at Site B this morning…
The Site B family
4J first flight with adult female in front watching
4J first flight with adult female behind
4J first flight with adult female following
4J first flight
4J coming into land for the first time
4J landing for the first time
5J first flight
5J landing for the first time
Male 30(10) intruding over the Site B nest
6J taking his first flight
6J landing for the first time
Posted in Rutland Osprey Blog | 5 Responses
Just Brilliant. Congratulations to all concerned and to John for his fantastic photos
It’s good to see a replay :)))))))))))))
MIchelle what brilliant shots from John. What a day!.
\o/ Hurrah!! 2J has flown on he morning breeze and the Manton Bay nest sits empty!
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