In reply to patily:
Looks a bright day. I seem to be following you on the rounds.
In reply to Cathy:
Mrs G feeding one chick and Aran waiting on the left with another, which he has now deposited Chick at the back tried o have a nibble but soon gave up
The flounder is still flapping, but apparently surplus to requirements!
© Bywyd Gwyllt Glaslyn Wildlife
In reply to Alison Copland:
In reply to ALAN PETRIE:
Wot you looking at?
2 chicks awake, 1 asleep Mrs G preening on the edge of the nest Can't see Aran Perhaps he is fishing
Mrs G just flown off Think cam person havng a practice as keeps roaming around
Aran just arrived with fish Chicks lined up and already feeding
#3 wandered away
I visited Glaslyn yesterday morning, and the chicks look really healthy: they're doing well, the volunteers told me. Aran has been providing more fish than they can eat!
Also, it's much drier now than its been of late. Just hope the next few warm days predicted aren't too hot!
There was a party of schoolchildren visiting as I left - good to know they're getting an osprey education!
In reply to Lindybird:
I enjoyed my several visits a few years ago. It's such a lovely place, and everyone there is so friendly and helpful. I am glad you enjoyed yourself, and had the best of weather too.
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