Soooo sorry ANN THose were the chicks from Nest 7 Nest 6 were 218 female Durridge 219 male Dillston Apologise again Perhaps I;m not as awake as I thought I was
In reply to Gardenbirder:
Gardenbirder said:JD, Sorry, I cannot remember if you've told us before--do you know if Y6's two chicks last year were ringed and if so, do you know their ring numbers, please?
Y6's chicks were ringed, but I don't know the ring numbers.
Thanks, JD. I hope that at some point, if one or both of those chicks return and set up a nest that we (or at the very least, you!) will be told the ring numbers and the gender and whether they have any chicks---chicks which would be great, great, grand-chicks of Mrs G of Glaslyn!
Patily, Never mind--everyone gets mixed up now and then!
Kind regards, Ann
In reply to patily:
patily said:Jjust looked back at mynotes for last year and I have 10th July Nest 6 ringing at Kielder #1 218 F Durridge......name of a bay 7 ml stretch on Northumbrian coast Home to many reserves and birds #2 M Dilston.......hamlet by R Tyne near Corrbridge !!!!!!!!!!!
The question was about female Osprey Y6, not Nest 6, Patily.
In reply to jaydee:
jaydee said:First arrival!
Brilliant, JAYDEE - and what a lovely full crop too!
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