Ospreys Make Triumphant Return as Breeding Pairs Spread Across UK

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  • The Osprey were once extinct across the UK but are now recovering due to bans on shooting and egg collecting.
  • Scotland is home to most of the UK’s ospreys, with a population of about 1,500 birds.
  • Under the Rutland Osprey Project, the birds are being translocated to help repopulate the rest of the UK.

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