A Ospreys have recently been moved to a new reserve in the north.
B There were a lot more Scottish ospreys 100 years ago.
C Ospreys used to be very endangered before action was taken.
D A conservation programme has just been started to save them.
A She’s older than all the other Scottish ospreys.
B She didn’t die during last winter.
C She migrated to Africa, which is unusual for ospreys.
D She remained in Scotland in winter.
A They can focus on small objects from great distances.
B Their eyesight is better than most other hunting birds.
C Their eyes are a lot sharper than ours.
D They can look at two different things at the same time.
A She has had the same male breeding partner all her life.
B She will probably continue to breed successfully this year.
C She has raised almost fifty young birds in her lifetime.
D She has brought up more offspring than any other bird.
A Local fishermen have been responsible for killing ospreys.
B They have faced a lot of opposition from residents in the community.
C Too many people have come to the area since a book was published.
D Some people have frightened the birds or taken their eggs.