Amazing off-season developments in this BLOG!
(Thinking of BIRDIE NUM NUM all of whose precious work for the RSPB Community has been wiped from the system.)
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Summarising the highly successful 2020 season:
21st March 10.36am Mrs G arrives3rd April 12.08pm Aran arrivesFirst egg laid 13th April 19:50 Second egg laid 16th April 18:17Third egg laid 19th April 19.01Chicks ringed with BTO metal and Blue Darvic colour rings on 24th JuneKC2 (M) hatched 20th May 10:52, fledged 9th July 14:48 (50 days)***KC3(F) hatched 21st May 17:59, fledged 14th July 09:36 (54 days)KC4 (F) hatched 24th May 12:52, fledged 18th July 18:44 (55 days)LAST SEEN:MrsG - 05 SeptemberKC2 - 24 AugustKC3 - 09 SeptemberKC4 - 09 SeptemberAran was last seen on 13 September @ 15:05hr (but not 100% sure that someone didn't see him after that)
***(Link) 21 November 2020, KC2 was seen in The Gambia.
The Magnificent Couple - Aran & MrsG - may they return in good health to add to their Glaslyn achievements and our delight:
Tiger's Osprey Info & World Bird Cams
Birdies LG DU update.
Thank you very much Scylla for your superb opening post and starting of the Glaslyn 2021 Thread. Let the roller coast begin.
Thanks for the link to the blog too Valerie. What an achievement for Glaslyn, so much work done over the closed season.
Some screenshots from the webcam taken this morning, it's a beautiful day for St. David's Day, Happy St. David's Day to all our Welsh viewers.
I do hope that Birdie can get back on to the forum again, as she is so greatly missed.
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EJ's Memorial Balgavies Loch Ospreys 2021
In reply to Valerie:
Thank you for the link to the blog, Valerie. Such an amazing amount of work achieved - well done to everyone involved!
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