See birds of prey close up in their own environment
Around Scotland, ospreys, peregrine falcons and white-tailed sea eagles breed in our forests between April and August. As well as the dedicated viewing centres and hides that you can visit, our webcams, blogs and twitter posts will keep you up to date with how the birds and their broods are getting on.
There are two dedicated osprey viewing centres:
Aberfoyle ospreys at David Marshall Lodge in Aberfoyle, and
Tweed Valley Osprey Project at Glentress Peel in Glentress Forest and Kailzie Gardens near Peebles in the Tweed Valley.
At both centres you can see live video camera footage of the birds and learn more about them. During the breeding season we've got webcam footage and there are regular updates on the osprey blogs:
You can also follow what the aberfoyle ospreys are up to via Twitter @aberfoyleosprey
You can follow the tweed valley ospreys on Twitter @TweedOspreys
Viewing sea eagles on Mull
The viewing hide at a new location at Glen Seilisdeir on Mull is one of the best places in Europe to watch white-tailed sea eagles in the wild. For more details, including our sea eagles blog, see the white tailed sea eagles page.