Great news – our satellite tagged osprey No 14 has started his migration back to the UK, which means that probably his parents KL and Unring are also on their way. We are keeping our eyes open for them, although it may be some days before No 14 arrives as he has a 4000 mile journey from Bioko, Equatorial Guinea rather than the shorter 3000 miles from Senegal where KL spends her winter.
For human beings the Lake District Osprey Project will open on Good Friday this year. Opening times are 10.00 to 17.00 at both Dodd Viewpoints and Whinlatter Visitor Centre.
Here is the latest map from 21st March showing No 14 flying across Nigeria.