Two new Osprey chicks have hatched at Rutland Water. These birds are rarely seen in Britain, but the nature reserve near Corby is one of their very few nesting places. A high-definition camera was trained on the nest to capture the newborns' first few hours
The Osprey team have been tracking the birds using satellite transmitters. Their nest is manmade, and so the camera can capture the male bringing home trout for supper.
The chicks will stay here with them for the next two months, before migrating, alone, to West Africa, a mere three thousand miles away.
Ospreys mate for life, the oldest birds returning here are 11 years old. These young osprey are not likely to return for several years, but when they do, they'll be caught again on camera.