The Kielder ospreys have been making the most of the warm weather and adding to their numbers, following a record return to Northumberland.
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Ospreys have returned to nest in the forests of Kielder Water & Forest Park for the twelfth year in a row. And whilst it is just another season for the ospreys it is a year unlike any other…
It’s eyes to the skies time again in Northumberland as wildlife lovers prepare for the return of the Kielder ospreys.
As wildlife lovers in the region eagerly await the return of ospreys to Kielder, Osprey Watch is also getting ready to launch.
Presenters Steve Backshall, Bill Oddie, Miranda Krestovnikoff and Lindsey Chapman join forces with wildlife experts as they discover the current status of our native species.
Data from Kielder Water & Forest Park today (21 August) indicates that one of this year’s two tracked osprey juveniles. Chesters, from Nest 1A, set off on migration on this morning.
This week, despite the rainy weather, a further 284 water voles have been released into streams flowing into the east end of Kielder Reservoir, by the ‘Restoring Ratty’ water vole reintroduction…
Pupils from Kielder First School have officially opened the Restoring Ratty Trail in time for the thousands of visitors expected in the region this summer.
The eleventh year since ospreys returned to Northumberland has seen yet another record broken.
Easter in Northumberland is not just about chocolate eggs; it is also about osprey eggs.