In reply to Sandra :
07 April LLYN CLYWEDOG
I didn't find another fish.
Can't download the evening add-on because it hasn't been "finalised" and it going on for ever 'n ever:
From the YouTube page, here was forlorn Seren a moment before she gave up waiting and flew @ 20:21:
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In reply to scylla:
MARY - I strongly advise you to ration your time on this cam - or you may be made sick by overdoses of gorgeousness
HA HA SCYLLA - I have just noticed your post. I am going to have to ration my time soon, as at the moment I am getting nothing done at all. glued to the PC for hours on end.
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Lynnette, I usually find the 'live' cams on YouTube. The more you check out the cams there, the more 'live' cams appear. I don't know what will show for you, but this link, for me, shows Clywedog as the first link, Poole Harbour and Glaslyn, with a number of other vids, many by Scylla! I get Loch Arkaig via the Woodland Trust link. Good luck
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In reply to AG:
LYNETTE - I have PM'd you.
If anyone sees Lynette around, please tell her I've PM'd her - if she's anything like me she won't see my msg for weeks or months!
I've put my YT channel list in Osprey Chat thread.
AG said:Dylan delivered a large and very live trout at 11.43, and promptly removed it - would have been a danger to any eggs which we hope to have shortly. He brought it back for Seren having eaten the head at 12.30.
The two deliveries:
Seren brought it back and ate some on the nest before flying off leaving it for Dylan, then Dylan brought it back for her, think.
14:20 - Sky chase, it's Seren after someone:
She was back in 2 minutes but remained very watchful and off she flew again @ 14:47 but no shot of her or her foe in the sky:
She was back in a minute and Dylan flew in and almost straight out with the fish, she shouted:
He brought it back 15:06:
She flew with the last quarter of the fish, still a good meal in it.
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