Tuesday, 22 July 2008

Up, Up and Away

Well...thats all folks! Mara and Breagha are both off the nest and getting ready to make their way in the world. Soon you'll be able to follow them on the RSPB website and they should be hard at work soon learning how to hunt, fly and fish. Fingers crossed they keep entertaining us for a good few years.

Ranger-led trips to the Hide will close on Thursday 24th June but from Tuesday 29th July - Sunday 31st August, the hide will be open to the public from 10am - 1pm on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Friday and Saturday. For more info, call 01680 300640

Enjoy the rest of the summer and keep your eyes on the sky!


  1. Great news, I look forward to following them and hopefully maybe even spotting them next year on Mull if they stay in the area.
    Well done to the Loch Frisa team.

  2. Saw both parents at Frisa yesterday and one of the chicks circling above the nest - fantastic display. Great work Frisa team!


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