After laying her first egg on Wednesday 13th of April Female osprey NC0 laid her second egg of the season on Friday afternoon at 4:05pm.
Staff and volunteers at the Scottish Wildlife Trust’s Loch of the Lowes Visitor Centre and Wildlife Reserve in Perthshire are now hoping to see a full clutch of three eggs soon.
The Trust’s Perthshire Ranger Sara Rasmussen said: “It’s exciting to see NC0 lay her second egg. This is the third breeding season for our resident pair and things are progressing really well.
“Our team is watching the nest around the clock to ensure these birds are protected from disturbance, giving them the best chance of breeding successfully.”
NC0 and her mate LM12 were also seen defending their nest from an intruder on Friday.
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