The Wildlife Village Welcomes You

 

Join in the wildlife chat in one of our groups, click here to go to groups now!

For general chat go to the village green, this is where you can talk about anything.

If you have a passion for wildlife and want to share that passion then this is the place to be so why not register now with the Wildlife Village and become part of a growing group of like minded enthusiasts.

Our main topic of discussion is Ospreys. We were initially brought together by following the dramas and life of the most well known Osprey in the UK, affectionately known to her followers as ”Lady” or ”Lady of the Loch”. She continued to return to Loch of the Lowes, near Dunkeld, for 24 consecutive years. Lady established herself as the oldest known Osprey to breed in the UK.

Sadly she did not return to the nest in 2015 and her whereabouts are unknown. She left a legacy of 50 chicks that fledged and left the nest over her 24 years as a Scottish summer visitor.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We follow a wide variety of Osprey nests in the UK & Europe, and as far afield as the USA and Canada, with a membership equally as international!

We are a largely informal discussion group, and invite comment on anything within the natural world, so if you have a story about your wildlife experiences, be it the hedgehogs in your garden, or last years African safari, why not come and share it with us here?

Join in the wildlife chat in one of our groups, click here to go to groups now!

 

Recent Posts

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Christmas Card 2015 Happy Christmas - To you all, wishing you a very happy time, wherever you are and whatever you are doing today From the Admin Team – Peter, Ann, Susan, Jan, Fiona and Joyce xxxx Click to see your card
11rowan feture Autumn Berries - There are many names for this beautiful and delicate looking tree which has become one of my favourites. For those of you unfamiliar with the Rowan here is a link to the wiki page. The berries were used for many things from making protective necklaces to cider and the wood was used to make wands long before Harry Potter was born.
Screenshot_2015-03-20-11-58-54~2 The Village 28th March 2015 - More from Wildlife Aid in Leatherhead. Elvis (the pelvis) Fox, has left the building!
Screenshot_2015-03-20-11-54-44~2 The Village Friday 27th March 2015 - Good morning. A YouTube clip from wildlife aid today. Geese!!! 24 Geese Lost in Driveway get saved by Surprised Rescuers
Screenshot_2015-03-20-11-48-05~2 The Village Thursday 26th March 2015 - The Scottish wildcat and how to identify it. Scottish Wildcat Identification; pure vs hybrid and feral cat

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