50 years of Loch of the Lowes

Ospreys on the Lowes webcam (c) Scottish Wildlife Trust
It was back in May 1969 that the Scottish Wildlife Trust purchased the stunning 130 acres of scenic, wildlife-rich countryside in Highland Perthshire that make up Loch of the Lowes.
Today, Loch of the Lowes Visitor Centre and Wildlife Reserve is visited by tens of thousands of people every year, who come to see ospreys, red squirrels, beavers and much more. Thanks to its webcam, Loch of the Lowes is famous around the world for nesting ospreys. However, back in May 1969 there were no ospreys at Lowes and only four known osprey sites in the UK (all in Scotland).
No day is the same at Loch of the Lowes which makes it a highly enjoyable, satisfying workplace in one of the most picturesque areas of Scotland. We are all looking forward to seeing what the next 50 years has in store!
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