This video from Scotland is called RSPB Loch Garten Ospreys – EJ laying first egg of 2009.
From Wildlife Extra:
First ospreys arrive back in the UK
Ospreys back in the UK
On 20th March, Rutland Water’s most prolific male osprey, the romantically named 03(97), arrived back at his nest on Rutland Water. Ospreys have been reported in Wales – on the 17th of March, and also in Yorkshire on the 19th. There were several early reports form the south-west of England, as far back as 7th March, of glimpses of ospreys at several sites. On Monday 21st March, an osprey was seen over Herts & Middlesex Wildlife Trust’s Hilfield Park Reservoir Nature Reserve, in Hertfordshire. And at Loch Garten, EJ, the regular breeding female, has already retruned to her nest.
Osprey watchers in Scotland are waiting to see if the extraordinary Lady, the remarkable 25-year-old bird (If she is still alive, ospreys live on average just 8 years), that has raised 48 chicks so far, will return to her nest at Scottish Wildlife Trust’s Loch of the Lowes wildlife reserve.
Bird migration in the Netherlands: here.