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OSPREYS HAVE STARTED TO FLY! The young ospreys have taken their first gentle flights from the nest under the watchful eyes of their parents. We are grateful to Brian Croft, a fellow Osprey and bird enthusiast, for the amazing photographs

OSPREYS HAVE STARTED TO FLY! The young ospreys have taken their first gentle flights from the nest under the watchful eyes of their parents. We are grateful to Brian Croft, a fellow Osprey and bird enthusiast,  for the amazing photographs 1
OSPREYS HAVE STARTED TO FLY! The young ospreys have taken their first gentle flights from the nest under the watchful eyes of their parents. We are grateful to Brian Croft, a fellow Osprey and bird enthusiast,  for the amazing photographs 2
OSPREYS HAVE STARTED TO FLY! The young ospreys have taken their first gentle flights from the nest under the watchful eyes of their parents. We are grateful to Brian Croft, a fellow Osprey and bird enthusiast,  for the amazing photographs 3

Ospreys and Us

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The osprey ambassadors and their club of 'Flappers' have created a brilliant video to enter into the Lyndon Nature Reserve Osprey and Us competition. The club had great fun writing, acting and filming their video!

The 'Flappers' osprey group...

The 'Flappers' osprey group... 1

Summer Term Osprey News

 

We have 3 new Osprey Ambassadors Eloise Lewin, Sam Shepherd and Maria Smith and they are running our 'Flappers' Osprey Club on a Thursday Lunchtimes.

 

The children are learning about the Ospreys in the nests around Rutland water. We are all very excited about the news of 4 eggs in the nest for Osprey No. 33 and Maya, the happy osprey pair!

 

Follow the link to the Manton Bay webcam and keep up with all the news - apparently the ospreys never seem to sleep!

 

http://www.ospreys.org.uk/webcam/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rutland Ospreys are producing an activity book for children worldwide and used some of our pupils as models!

   Rutland Ospreys are producing an activity book for children worldwide and used some of our pupils as models! 1
   Rutland Ospreys are producing an activity book for children worldwide and used some of our pupils as models! 2
At Edith Weston Primary School, we are very proud that we are the closest school to the osprey nesting site at Lyndon on Rutland Water.  We have participated in many learning opportunities, most recently a Skype link with other children in: Spain, The Gambia, USA and Italy!

Osprey Skype October 2014

Filmed by Urdaibai Bird Centre in the Basque Country!

We have had 1 5 6 5 2 visitors
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