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Ospreys on the Loch

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Rhyd6
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Re: Ospreys on the Loch

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Postby Rhyd6 » May 2nd, 2021, 7:13 pm

Well I hope for their sake that the locals don't get hold of them. We have friends who live close to where the nest was and the whole area is up in arms. They're hopeful that the female will go to another platform nearby and if this does happen there will be cameras on them night and day. Flogging is too good for some people.

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Re: Ospreys on the Loch

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Postby Mike4 » May 2nd, 2021, 8:29 pm

Rhyd6 wrote:Well I hope for their sake that the locals don't get hold of them. We have friends who live close to where the nest was and the whole area is up in arms. They're hopeful that the female will go to another platform nearby and if this does happen there will be cameras on them night and day. Flogging is too good for some people.

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Anglers are the prime suspects, presumably?

If not, who else would object that strongly to ospreys being encouraged into an area?


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