Visitors at Whinlatter watched on television screens as KL, the ringed female, laid her first egg at Bassenthwaite on April 23, followed by another two eggs on April 26 and 29. It is believed that she has returned from Africa with the same unringed male as last year to the same site.
Meanwhile further south in Cumbria a pair of the Ospreys have settled at a peatbog near Witherslack and it is hoped that the site will get its first chicks later this year.
The male has a white ring on his right leg, indicating he was born at Bassenthwaite in 2008 and the female has a right blue leg ring and was born in Kielder Forest in 2010.
The site is a large expanse of raised bog close to the River Kent and Morecambe Bay – both good sources of fish.
Hollywood star Warwick Davis is set to show why the Lake District is his ‘favourite place in the world’.
Famed for starring in Star Wars and Harry Potter, the actor and his family spent a weekend camping in Keswick for an episode of ITV’s Weekend Escapes with Warwick Davis.
As a keen ‘staycationer’, Warwick shows his reluctant wife and two children what the British holiday can provide that can’t be found in other parts of the world.
During his trip to the Lake District he tried his hand at Ghyll Scrambling down mountain streams and rocky crevices – even though he cannot swim.