Looks pretty wet here this morning. Think the chicks will need to take shots each at wingercising.
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EJ's Memorial Balgavies Loch Ospreys 2022
Feeding at the moment.
Blog from John Williams on intruders at LC
In reply to Richard G B:
Kind regards, Ann
Not a lot of room at the moment
LLYN CLYWEDOG - what a difference a few hours make! I've just checked Loch Arkaig and Glaslyn and they are all in the same boat, as it were! And it's windy too. What great mums osprey make
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Birdie's DU Summaries 2018
Thats an unusual way round that 5F is trying to shelter her chicks Rotten weather for July
C Llyn Clyewedog osprey project
16.12 and Dylan lands with a fish!!! How did he manage that in this weather?
No room for him, so he left quickly, and feeding commenced
5F/Seren made sure she had some before passing morsels to the first in line
If I get muddled with accurate times, it's because I look at my laptop which is three minutes ahead of Clywedog time line
Llyn Brenig: Update (2 July) from North Wales Wildlife Trust and their new Visitors' Centre, which was gifted by Dyfi.
With Llyn Brenig Visitor Centre now open for outside activities to those who live within 5 miles, we wanted to up to date you with what we at NWWT have been doing recently on the shores of the lake.
You may remember back in March that we received the old visitor centre from the Dyfi Osprey Project. Well, we've been busy transforming it into our own Osprey lookout! I hope you'll all agree that it looks fantastic? Thank you to Phil Lewis for completing the cladding work.
We are still working behind the scenes on when we can open it - please bear with us, as it will depend on the latest Welsh Government guidelines on travel and social distancing. The safety of our staff and the public are our main priorities, and we will update you in due course.
Watch out soon for the next update on the birds - news next week!
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