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Over 60,000 users tuned in mainly from around the UK, but others watched as well including in the US, Australia, Canada, Norway, France, Italy, Sweden and Finland this summer to the livestream camera feed at Loch Arkaig to watch local ospreys rear their chicks.
Woodland Trust Scotland has announced temporary changes to access at Loch Arkaig Pine Forest this summer, as preparations are made to extract non-native trees from its Glen Mallie block between 2020 and 2026.
Lochaber is famous for its link to the Commandos and other special forces which trained in the area during the Second World War and much of that time saw live ammunition being used.
They arrived at the nest together shortly after 7pm on Thursday night.
Thousands of people around the world will have been eagerly anticipating this week’s official switch-on of the live osprey cam at Loch Arkaig.
The Woodland Trust has been considering using barges as a way of transporting felled timber as part of its scheme to restore the ancient Loch Arkaig Pine Forest.