Organisers for the Tweed Valley Osprey project are hoping for a busy viewing season now that they have spotted two eggs in the next.
The first egg was laid around the 9th of April which means hatching could be as early as mid May, possibly making the chick the first to hatch in Scotland.
The organisers for the project have spotted two eggs to date but because the nest is piled high there could be more just out of sight
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