Classroom resources, migration data and a nest webcam to support students' learning about animal behaviour, conservation and adaptation. Rutland Water is home to the first Ospreys to breed in England for 150 years, after a translocation programme. We observe them from their arrival from Africa in spring, through to their autumn migration. The Rutland Osprey Project began in 1996 with the aim of reintroducing this spectacular bird of prey to Rutland and to provide a base from which Ospreys could spread across England. Education has always been an important aspect of the team's work. The Rutland Ospreys form an excellent starting point for school children to engage with all areas of the school curriculum, and we have managed to link the osprey story to a wide range of lessons as well as fun activities and practical activities.