A popular visitor attraction is celebrating it's 40th anniversary. Rutland Water reservoir was created after two villages were flooded.
Bird watchers at Rutland Water are monitoring a group of Ospreys which have returned to their breeding site after a 3000 mile journey from West Africa.
Seven females and three males have returned so far this season.
Some of the birds have been fitted with transmitters which use satellite technology to pinpoint their location.
More transmitters will be attached during the next few weeks.
On Day 46 of the London 2012 Olympic Torch Relay, 100 Torchbearers will carry the Flame a distance of 75.29 miles including one leg by boat across the Rutland Water reservoir.
The Torch is also visiting Burghley House and taking to a steam train along the Nene Valley Railway before an Evening Celebration on The Embankment in Peterborough.
Two new Osprey chicks have hatched at Rutland Water. These birds are rarely seen in Britain.
The first stirrings of Olympic fever were felt in our region today as the torch arrived for a full rehearsal.