29.07.21 - 07.43 hrs
Llyn Clywedog's 496 does a Victory Roll as he leaves the cam pole. Can't remember ever seeing an Osprey doing this on a webcam before
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In reply to MaryGK:
MaryGK said:Can't remember ever seeing an Osprey doing this on a webcam before
Me neither Mary! Very funny
MaryGK said:Llyn Clywedog's 496 does a Victory Roll as he leaves the cam pole. Can't remember ever seeing an Osprey doing this on a webcam before
Me neither - what a coup! Thank you, MARY, how lucky we are that you were watching at the right time I'd probably have missed it altogether in the long download.
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In reply to Cathy:
LM6 had spent the night on the perch.
LJ2 (I think) spent about 50 minutes on the perch this evening:
In reply to AG:
AG said:Llyn Brenig great news. KA5 (2019) who was raised at Llyn Brenig in 2019 by Blue 24 and HR7 intruded at Glaslyn today.
I posted it in Glaslyn, blithely ignoring this thread, sorry.
In reply to scylla:
29th evening into 30th
The 2 spent some time together, when these birds flew over (anyone know what they are? They may be regulars) our pair were quite interested:
LM6 (presumably) spent the night on the perch and here she's about to fly into a very dreary morning:
A sad sight, but bright:
LJ2 visited during the day - that's not a fish at the end of the perch, it's the frayed end of the perch:
LM6 settling for the night - those birds flew over again:
These are 2 snaps mysteriously left over from unfinished business, by the look of it:
As confirmed in Chat, the stream ended @ 19:11 but still thinks it's Live and there's no evening add-on.
09:00 Dylan came in to defend, nothing came of it:
I've just noticed that it was brought in by Seren:
496 ate some on his own, Seren returned and fed him and ate some herself, Dylan came and stood by and thought about nicking the fish but only for a moment, he then did some nestorising and flew, and a few minutes later Seren flew with the remainder of the fish:
The rest of the day was very empty.
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