LS has been down since 9:45From chat at 10:44...CarnyxWild - 'They are ringing the chicks this morning. So the stream is off for a short while'
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In reply to SheilaFE:
Llyn Clywedog. From chat...
11:32 AM CarnyxWild 'We believe all is completed successfully.'
11:33 AM CarnyxWild 'John will have news on the chicks later.'
11:35 AM CarnyxWild 'The lens has been cleaned but..... it's raining. So that will be a temporary measure.'
11:39 AM CarnyxWild 'Hopefully live again by midday'
It's live again, chicks lying flat-ish on the nest and still looking very wet.
12:07 John Williams all went well. Seren's on the perch now.
The ringer took photos (not Tony Cross, apparently). John said he wasn't there - well he actually said "I didn't go down"
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No real change, except the wind has got up and it's raining again. They chose a lucky weather window.
Oh dear that's all they need. 5F has just dropped to the nest, alarm chipping
Two minutes later and the intruder is still around. The cam is slightly out of sync
5F has started to moult. The feather must have fallen out when she landed to alarm call.
She flew off, didn't call, just flew off to the bottom left.
She has landed on the campost, I think.
One stood up briefly, allowing a glimpse of blue, but no number!
It has dropped down again - that was too much excitement for now!
12:35 John Williams it was dry down there while they were ringing. Seren's on the perch.
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