The first chick to hatch from a brood of three eggs in Kielder Water & Forest Park enjoys one of his first fish dishes, with mum carefully stripping a fish into chick-sized morsels. Last year the osprey parents were the first in at least 200 years to successfully raise chicks in the North East of England. They are on course to repeat that feat this year. Kielder is only the second location in England where ospreys have re-colonised naturally. The bird was driven to extinction in the 19th century. But hopes are high that ospreys are on the way back.