A juvenile female Osprey, which is being tracked by satellite, has embarked on a celebration zig-zag-tour of Britain and a flypast of RSPB reserves before the bird heads to Africa for the winter. On 17 August, the three-month old bird, christened 'Tore', was still in the nest at the RSPB's Loch Garten reserve, in Speyside, Highland. But little more than 24 hours later the bird had completed a flyp...

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