From Wildlife Extra:
Historic osprey couple reunited after flight from Africa
May 2010: Stunning new footage of Northumberland’s record breaking ospreys has been released by the Kielder Partnership. The adult ospreys have been reunited in 155,000-acre Kielder Water & Forest Park after making their separate ways back from sub-Saharan Africa.
February 2011:The Forestry Commission is to erect three more artificial osprey nesting platforms in Kielder Water & Forest Park. Over the past two years six ospreys have being born and have fledged successfully in the 62,000 hectare (155,000 acre) wilderness using a man-made nest, making Kielder Forest only the second location in England where the bird has recolonised naturally after becoming extinct in the country: here.
March 2011: Nature lovers are flocking to Kielder Water & Forest Park to see a spectacle of nature. Thousands of crossbills have appeared in Kielder Water and Forest Park in Northumberland: here.