Despite the cold temperatures, Ospreys have migrated back to the Midlands to have their chicks.
The birds have returned to Rutland Water, which is home to the first Ospreys to breed in England for 150 years.
Ospreys have begun migrating back to the Midlands to have their chicks.
Rutland Water is home to the first Ospreys to breed in England for 150 years, and this year more of these rare birds than ever, have returned to nest for the summer.
Watch this Rutland Water video of a chick hatching.
Steve Humphries, father of 14 year-old Joe Humphries, who died last October from SADS (Sudden Adult Death Syndrome), is part of a team cycling 624 miles around Rutland Water to raise awareness of the condition. Joe was from Rothley in Leicestershire.
624 is the average number of young people who die from SADS each year.