Link to previous thread: Dyfi Osprey Project - June 2019
The season so far: Telyn (Blue 3J) arrived back 30 March and Monty on 1 April. Telyn laid 3 eggs 17, 20 and 23 April hatching 26, 27 and 29 May. The three chicks were ringed and named on 28 June as follows: #1 Blue KA1 (F) “Berthyn”, #2 Blue KA2 (M) “Peris” and #3 Blue KA3 (M) “Hesgyn”.
Link to Webcam\Copyright: © DOP - Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust
Berthyn, Peris and Hesgyn fast asleep
© DOP - Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust
Thank you for starting us off for the second half of the year, KAREN :)
As always, I'm several hours behind - please forgive me for posting yesterday's curly poop portrait:
Tiger's Osprey Info & World Bird Cams
Earlier in the day she was standing on left leg, later she swapped to the right (injured) foot :) I couldn't get a shot looking from the outer edge of her foot.
I think that Telyn had a good day, even the intruder was scared off effectively with body language and chips without the kids having to pancake ;)
After a peaceful night, from what I can see, Monty brought in a good fish about an hour ago and Telyn flew in right away to feed the chicks:
NEW LINK sent out @ 09:30
This is an experiment - I shan't make a habit of it, as it might look as tho I'm claiming that DOP took the snap, or that I "belong" to MWT :o But I've never tried making a watermark before, and now it's done ;)
Telyn was delivering a stick:
Looking good - at least, it's looking uninfected :)
She was quite happy taking all her weight on her right foot while preening :)
Then the cam went down, hence the new link at the start of this post.
Mum & Dad & sleepy chicks:
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