Link to previous thread: Dyfi Osprey Project - July 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”. Peris aged 52 days fledged first on 18 July followed by Berthyn aged 54 days on 20 July and finally Hesgyn aged 53 days fledged on 21 July.
August has now arrived and the migration window opens. Teyln and Monty have done a fantastic job raising these three beautiful young ospreys ensuring they have had the best start in life to undertake their first migration. So until such times they go their independent ways and head off south, enjoy!
Link to Webcam\Copyright: © DOP - Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust
Thank you, KAREN, great job as usual :)
The site was down from 01:50 but seems to have recovered now.
Just a hint of someone on the birch perch:
Tiger's Osprey Info & World Bird Cams
Thank you Karen. I wonder how many 'links' we'll have this month!.
This is the current one.
Birdies LG DU update.
4 out of 5 present but sorry can't distinguish who fter recent cataract op can't get new glasses unril at least 6 weeks after.....very frustrating Wonder how many of all these magical birds will stilll be aroud then? One offspring on the nest with breakfast and one onthe nest perch and 2 other birds on the birch perch
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