Working Our Reserves

Ospreys sighted over Dick Fell

Osprey soaring - image courtesy of Steve Childs
Osprey soaring over the AONB. Image courtesy of Steve Childs.

This year seems to have been a good year for Ospreys in our area. Several people have reported sightings of them over the Dick Fell reserve at Guard Hill, this summer. These sighting are presumably of the birds nesting over on the other side of the Kent at Foulshaw Moss flying between their nesting site and their fishing grounds around Leighton Moss. Dick Fell is ideally situated under this flight path.

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