In reply to patily:
© Bywyd Gwyllt Glaslyn Wildlife
In reply to Alison Copland:
Mrs G keeping watch over the sleeping chicks on a fine morning.
Birdies LG DU update.
Mrs G giving chicks some fresh air
2 awake and had aquick bonk and then falling asleep together
Mrs G covering chicks now
the smart dad last night, relaxed on the perch, after the chicks had been fed into a food coma:
mrs G this morning preening, with again food-comaaad-chicks :)
2016: first time in history an Osprey nested in the NL. 2018: 2 active nests! 2019 a storm interferes. 2020: a third active nest in a tree!
In reply to Otter Miemuis:
eyeing something interesting @10:01h
but it came to nothing. a bit later it became clear Aran had fish in his talon (he started eating):
All looking good for this feed.
it looked very content and sleepy, due to the breathing rythm and slow stretching i suppose. but a pecuilar view to barge into at the same time.
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