Please use this thread for any Screen Captures and Updates on these Welsh Osprey Projects.
FEMALE - BLUE 24(10) - HATCHED RUTLAND WATER, ENGLAND
MALE - BLUE HR7(14) - HATCHED LAKE OF MENTEITH, SCOTLAND
LINK TO BRENIG OSPREY PROJECT FACEBOOK PAGE
FEMALE - DELYTH - UNRINGED (DID NOT RETURN)
FEMALE - 5F (SEREN)
MALE - DYLAN - UNRINGED
© NWR - LLYN CLYWEDOG OSPREYS
LINK TO APRIL 2020 TO END FEB 2021 THREAD
May they all arrive back safely.
EJ's Memorial Balgavies Loch Ospreys 2021
It was a wonderful season for Llyn Clywedog last year with 5F having her first chicks...
Lets hope its a better season for Blue 24 and HR7 this year.
For anyone of Facebook here are the links to
Llyn Clywedog Group
(20+) The Clywedog Osprey Group | Facebook
Llyn Brenig Group
(20+) Friends of Llyn Brenig Osprey Project | Groups | Facebook
I hope these links work as for some reason the forum is being funny about Links to FB.
In reply to MaryGK:
Tiger's Osprey Info & World Bird Cams
Some further links for these projects
North Wales Wildlife Trust Llyn Brenig https://www.northwaleswildlifetrust.org.uk/days-out/ospreys-llyn-brenig
Welsh Water Llyn Brenig http://www.llyn-brenig.co.uk/welsh-water-centres
Carnyx Wild Wales YouTube Channel for streaming https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdWFtpx_DaPxESyk0DmFtRg
John Wiliiams (NRW Ranger) site with blogs site history and photographs https://johnwilliamswildlifeandlandscapephotography.wordpress.com/
Hi Patily - nice to see you. There is only the two nests to report on, and because a while back there were complaints about Loch Garten Ospreys having too many threads within the whole RSPB forum, having the two nests on one thread seems more logical and keeps everyone happy.
Several items of great news from Llyn Clywedog.
John Williams and Pete from Carnyx Wild have today installed the camera on a similar alignment to last year. They have also fitted a new perch on the side of the nest opposite the camera, so we will have a view of the nest and any osprey on that perch. The original perch above the camera is also still in place.
Also John's wife presented him with a son yesterday. Mum and baby doing well, and paternity leave just happens to coincide with the expected return of the ospreys. Good planning or what?
Birdies LG DU update.
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