Loch Garten osprey chick ‘killed in collision in fog’ in Spain

17 January 2014

A young osprey raised at the RSPB’s flagship Loch Garten Reserve in 2012 has been found dead in Spain. The young bird, named Caledonia by local school children in the Highlands, was being satellite-tracked on her migration route. She was found in the cloisters of a convent in Seville and is believed to have collided with a cable. Full story from the BBC here.