Here is a new thread for this year 2021.
Lets hope for a better year
Click HERE for last years thread
Here's a bit of her history at this nest.
2017, first breeding season. Clarach arrived 19 April 2017, and mated with unknown male, laying 3 eggs 4th, 7th and 10th May. The third chick hatched/died 15th June, the other two on 12th and 13th June. Male LHO took his first flight 4th August, Male LH1 9th August. Clarach departed 1st September, LHO 3rd, LH1 12th September.
Clarach came back in 2018 but sadly lost her eggs to ravens. In 2019, she returned on 10 April, and partnered first with White CL, a 2008 bird hatched at Loch Lomond. He disappeared and was replaced by an unringed male on 3 May, and Clarach was seen to be incubating by 6 May (who was the daddy...?!). But she'd abandoned the nest by the end of May and Dyfi posted that her eggs had been predated. It was difficult to keep up with the nest as the webcam failed but FLS posted updates on their Facebook page.
Fingers crossed for this year, for both Clarach and the webcam.
In reply to Korky:
As Korky started a new thread as well I will close this one, as they can't be deleted.
For link to new Thread click HERE
In reply to Richard G B:
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