FALCHI PESCATORI A LOCK OF THE LOWES -SCOZIA

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Messaggio da Ferenz » ven ago 23, 2013 4:45 pm

Could be the same fish as 15:13 CET - she didn't eat much and flew off

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Messaggio da Ferenz » dom set 01, 2013 11:30 am

Preparing for Migration - Posted on August 30, 2013 by jonathan

Today has been great for observing migrating ospreys with four males & one juvenile spotted. Our male osprey brought a brown trout to the nest just before 10.00hrs which Blue YZ promptly claimed. She ate part of the fish on the nest before flying to the Skeleton Tree. It was wonderful to watch her expertly manoeuvring the fish in flight. The male has been shuffling sticks at the nest. This is usual behaviour in the days prior to departure on migration but he spent most of the afternoon preening on the Flat Top Tree...
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Messaggio da Ferenz » ven set 06, 2013 10:02 am

It seems that BlueYZ has gone south and only Dad is still around

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Messaggio da Ferenz » ven set 06, 2013 2:51 pm

Blue YZ on her way!

Posted on September 6, 2013 by Jonathan

Exciting news – Blue YZ has begun her maiden migration! We downloaded the latest batch of satellite data this morning to discover she had departed yesterday morning and spent her first night away from Loch of the Lowes on the Isle of Man.
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Between 10 and 11am she headed SSE to Dhu Loch, a small loch a couple of miles from Loch of the Lowes which she had visited on previous days. From there she headed SW and by 12pm she was 10km (6 miles) to the north east of Crieff. By 1pm she had left Perthshire altogether, crossing over the River Forth to the SE of Stirling.

Blue YZ continued to make good progress throughout the rest of the afternoon, travelling due south through Lanarkshire, and by 5pm had reached the coast of Dumfries & Galloway, midway between Wigtown & Kirkcudbright. Continuing SW out into the Irish Sea she passed over the north coast of the Isle of Man between 6 and 7pm, roosting for the night in trees in a steep sided valley.
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Messaggio da Gabbiano » ven set 06, 2013 3:00 pm

:group: :group:

:lol: :lol:

good news really!!

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Messaggio da Nuri945 » ven set 06, 2013 5:43 pm

WOW :group: Good luck Blue YZ

qui per seguire il monitoraggio di Blue YZ e anche dei pulcini del 2012 http://scottishwildlifetrust.org.uk/thi ... do/osprey/
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Messaggio da Ferenz » dom set 08, 2013 11:38 am

Sunday 8th September: Blue YZ gets her passport

Posted on September 8, 2013 by rangeremma

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Morning all

I've just downloaded the satellite tracking data and thought you'd like to know that Blue YZ was in the north of Spain at 7am this morning. She made landfall in the woods near the town of Linero in the Principality of Asturias after an 18 hour flight across the Bay of Biscay. I'll write a full blog with pics later on today after I've uploaded the data to the website.

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That seems to be a record flight for a tough scottish osprey girlie :sboing:
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Messaggio da Ferenz » dom set 08, 2013 3:01 pm

No update yet but here are some pics of BlueYZ's tracking route from Google Earth

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Messaggio da Nuri945 » dom set 08, 2013 6:09 pm

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Messaggio da Ferenz » dom set 08, 2013 6:26 pm

Wildlife Diary Sunday 8th September, posted by Rangeremma

by Lindsey

Well Blue YZ is certainly getting on with her migration. After an overnight stay on the Isle of Man on Thursday she carried on past Wales through France and onto Spain in just three days. To compare this to last years chicks Blue YD was in Spain on his second day of migration making landfall to the east of Blue YZ whereas her brother Blue 44 was…. still in the north of England!

The Isle of Man regularly has migrating Ospreys stopping over on the way and Ian Pawson tells us she was in a deep sided valley which has trout in it so hopefully she refueled there.

She then skirted Wales before heading round Cornwall. We were initially surprised by this as it seemed an extreme dogleg for the journey but on examining weather records for the area it looks like there was very heavy rain and hail there so poor visibility so she was flying around that. She did a funny little double back on her way over which you’ll see on the satellite tracking page which might also be to do with the weather. It just makes you realise how amazing Ospreys are that our chick can do that at such a young age.

After roosting in the north of France near Ploudalmezeau, she headed over the Bay of Biscay on a mammoth 14 hour flight. She was roosting at 6am in woodlands near Ria de Villaviciosa, an estuary presumably full of fishy goodies but by 7am she was back on the move.

Her data shows she’s been in flight more or less constantly since leaving Loch of the Lowes with her flight speeds ranging from 9mph over the Bay of Biscay to 46mph over the Celtic Sea. Her flight altitudes also vary from 120m in Spain to 810m over Wales.

Our next batch of data should be available on Tuesday so we’ll see where she is then – will she be in Africa or will she stay in Spain? She’s 100 days old tomorrow, I wonder where she’ll be.

Our male was very much in evidence yesterday but hasn’t been seen today, it too early to say if he’s left yet but the timing would fit. We know males often wait a couple of days after the chicks have left, perhaps to make sure they’ve gone.
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