Ospreys at Horn Mill Trout Farm, Rutland

May 10, 2019  •  Leave a Comment

The weather couldn't have been much worse for a 4.30 am start. Dark clouds and rain. The first few dives happened before the 5.30 am sunrise, making things even darker, but come 6am things brightened up. A female kingfisher kept us company for a while, before the infamous No28 Osprey gave a perfect display of how to catch a trout - in one go. 

 

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