Osprey chicks ready to take flight in the Scottish Borders

Conservationists from the Tweed Valley Osprey Project are monitoring the main osprey nest in anticipation of the chicks leaving their nest.

The two chicks, now as large as their parents and fully feathered, were named Tweedledee and Tweedledum by the public in a social media vote, and are filmed by a live camera link.

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