Thursday, 27 March 2008

Ready for Lift Off

Welcome to the Tweed Valley Osprey Project 2008

2008 is the tenth year of nesting Ospreys in the Scottish Borders, and the new season is ready for lift off. Ospreys are already being seen in the Tweed Valley area, our nest cameras are installed and ready, and we have high hopes for another successful breeding season.

We are delighted to be able to offer great viewing this summer of Ospreys and other wildlife via our camera links at our two centres at Glentress Forest and Kailzie Gardens, near Peebles.

Both centres will be open everyday from Saturday the 29th of March each afternoon 1.30-5pm. The centres will be open all day from Mid April (depending on the activity of the birds) Watch the website and local press for details.

Stay posted for Osprey news!

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