This morning our female osprey was sitting on the nest in sunshine albeit with a still chilly North-Easterly wind. She still has the sides of the nest built up to act as a wind break so seeing down into the nest cup is tricky. Her mate flew in at 10.45am with one of the largest trout that he has brought in so far this season. She accepted it hurriedly and flew off to her favourite perch to devour it. 08 then took over on the nest incubating the eggs, we presume that there are still 2 eggs althought it has been very difficult to see for sure even when they stand up and leave the nest fro a few moments when on the perch at the left hand side of the nest. She came back in after about an hour and took over again on the nest. We hope to reveal the origins of our male osprey very soon.