With the webcam up and running I can't help feeling excited about the season to come.
Here's to a very successful season for Mrs G and Aran.
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Thanks Birdie, looking forward to it already!
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Birdie Num Num said:Here's to a very successful season for Mrs G and Aran.
A big ditto! Thank you, BIRDIE :)
But I'm almost in tears already - no-one seen in 2h20m
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Thanks Birdie for starting off the new season and for all the info and links.
And Happy St David's Day to all.
From their FB page, Glaslyn have started off their annual stream appeal and also advise they are working on the cam so all should be just so.
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In reply to Karen:
Tut! I knew it was St David's Day and forgot to mention it - thank you, Karen
I took a leaf out of PATILY's book and my Amazon purchases contribute a pittance to the Glaslyn cause.
It rained for about 20 minutes during the evening, stopping about 3 hours ago. No critters seen.
Thanks, Birdie, for the new thread. Cirrus, It sounds like you may not have seen the photos and blog about the flooding at Glaslyn before posting your comment! But never mind--then you might not have known that Wales (and much of the rest of the UK) has had huge amounts of rain in the last few months and the place is awash. I live in the south of England and we've had ponds in our back garden which we have not created and our neighbour says he has never before had ponds in his lawn to match those he has now. As Glaslyn have promised, if the flooding and weather allow, they will try to mow the lawn, etc., in the next few weeks. I presume they would have needed snorkel or diving gear in order to reach the nest any earlier--lol! We need to pray that Mrs G is on time but not early this year...
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