Loch Doon’s resident ospreys have succeeded in producing three eggs so far.

The pair, Angel and Frankie, only arrived at their nest upon the banks of the loch just under a month ago, but they’ve quickly got down to business.

The first egg was laid by Angel on April 16 and the second came three days later on April 19, before she laid a third on April 22.

The incubation period for each egg is 37 days for ospreys and so hopefully we can welcome some hatchling by the end of May.

Angel and Frankie will take it in turns keeping the eggs warm atop the eyrie.

The birds can be watched on the screens at the Roundhouse Cafe at the top of Loch Doon.