It's not just on Dewsbury council estates that you get stories like this :
Last year's breeding season at Loch Garten was brought to an abrupt end following a series of unfortunate events.
A male called Henry kicked the eggs fathered by a rival from a nest before his own clutch failed. It was thought that he then accidentally trampled on one of his own three offspring while trying to free himself from a piece of fishing line.
Days later the two remaining chicks also died.
Richard Thaxton, RSPB Scotland site manager at Loch Garten, said staff were delighted by EJ's return. He said: "I'm sure everyone remembers the saga last year, where she laid two different clutches to two different fathers, although sadly not one chick survived. She has successfully reared young at Loch Garten in two of her five previous seasons with us and we are really hoping that she can get back to form this year."
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