In reply to Gardenbirder:
KS1 on the nest when Aran delivers a live fish. KS1 grabs Aran's leg as the fish flaps across the nest!
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In reply to Mike:
I hope he's ok as those beaks could do a lot of damage to a leg.
In reply to Richard G B:
After a wet morning I got to Glaslyn mid afternoon when the sun appeared. Saw the above mentioned flounder delivery, and had a nice chat with the lovely volunteers there. The VC is certainly much better than the old one I saw 4 years ago!
In reply to ChrisyB:
Chrisy, Well done on visiting Glaslyn. It is a lovely place and we love it (well, we love all the Osprey sites we have visited!)
In reply to patily:
Mrs G now alone on the nest.
Mine, all mine! says KS1
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In reply to Alison Copland:
Now KS3 has an enormous fish.
Mrs G alone on the perch.
Mrs G now on the nest with KS3 behind her devouring a fish
She has now moved to the side and has a fish herself
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