Kind regards, Ann
Difficult to say Ann - looks like the trees on the little peninsula off which the pole is in the water - if so the the pole is maybe 20 metres away. This stand of trees provided shelter from North Westerly winds.
In reply to AG:
In reply to Gardenbirder:
Edited Ann, Llyn Brenig is 1200 ft (370m) above sea level. From memory Clywedog is about the same, both are twice as high as Kielder (180m)
In reply to JillR:
Update on the replacement nest installed at Llyn Brenig on the FB page.
"The final stage of the rebuilding of the osprey nesting site callously felled by vandals with a chainsaw last April was completed last week when Dŵr Cymru | Welsh Water & staff from Llyn Brenig winched a platform into place and assembled a new nest"
More text and picture on the facebook post.
I started looking for the Facebook page just after you posted, AG, but distractions and daftness mean that I only just found it - I've applied to join a "Friends of" group in error
On the million-to-one chance that anyone else is as dopey, it's this page.
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