Rutland Osprey Nest Cam
Our Osprey family have now left Rutland Water Nature Reserve for another year and have begun their 3,000 mile migration journey south to Africa.
Tune into our webcams next season when the ospreys return to Manton Bay.
Rutland Ospreys Webcam Appeal
We need your help to raise £15,000 so we can make vital improvements to our Osprey webcams. With your support people all over the world can be inspired by these amazing birds now and into the future.
Latest news from the Rutland Ospreys
Farewell For Now
It's now October and all the Rutland Ospreys have left and will now be in their wintering grounds. Read this blog for an update on…
End of Season Blues
We have sadly reached that time in the year where the majority of our ospreys have left Rutland and begun their migration south. But…
An Irresistible Call to Depart
In this blog, read all about Education Officer, Ken Davies, most recent visit with a few of the Osprey Ambassadors from local schools (…
Opsreys at Rutland Water
Rutland Water is home to the Rutland Osprey Project. You can watch them at their nest site on Lyndon Nature Reserve, soaring majestically over the lagoons or diving to catch fish on an exclusive Osprey Cruise. Find out how this once endangered bird of prey has found a home in Rutland Water and see them yourself. In what is widely celebrated as one of the most inspiring conservation success stories, the triumphant return of the osprey to central England is a story that you can be part of.
Don't miss anything!
Stay up to date with what's happening at the Rutland Osprey Project by following us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook! Daily updates throughout the summer...
Help protect local wildlife
Join as a member
Supported by Zeiss