Third osprey chick hatches at wildlife reserve

The third and final chick of the season has hatched at a Scottish wildlife reserve.

The chick emerged from its shell at 5.12am on Thursday, watched by staff and webcam viewers from around the world.

It emerged around 20 hours after people noticed signs that the egg was hatching at the Loch of the Lowes reserve in Perthshire.

The first chick of the season hatched at about 7.20pm on Saturday followed by the second chick around 24 hours later.

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