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Oldest breeding osprey's 70th egg

The UK's oldest known breeding osprey has laid her 70th egg at a nature reserve.

The bird, aged 28, known as Lady, produced the egg in the early hours of yesterday at the reserve at Loch of the Lowes, in Perthshire, run by the Scottish Wildlife Trust. She laid her first of the spring on Sunday.

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