Once, twice, 22 times a lady
The UK’s oldest breeding osprey has delighted her followers by returning to a Perthshire beauty spot for her 22nd season.
The bird, affectionately known as Lady, arrived at her nest at Loch of the Lowes yesterday morning, looking none the worse for her 3,000-mile migration from West Africa.
She wasted no time in making herself at home and within hours she had paired off with a young male osprey who wooed her with gifts of fish.
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