Kind regards, Ann
In reply to Richard G B:
I had great hopes for this cambump, but was let down:
There a nice clear view of the Greenfinch on the nest from 35 seconds until it's back on the perch:
IMAGICAT | LG DAILY OBS
Blue 8C, Glaslyn offspring, arrived on the nest at Poole around 0930.
Birdies LG DU update.
In reply to Mike:
Mike B said:Blue 8C, Glaslyn offspring, arrived on the nest at Poole around 0930
Thank you, Mike !!! I don't think I go back far enough for 8C, what year was she? Nice looking, IMHO.
All too short a visit this morning, only 10 minutes - I wonder where she's off to?
What wonderful news. Blue 8C(14) f
According to my notes, which may or may not be correct!
Parents: Mrs G and Orange 11(98)m at Glaslyn
Siblings: 7C and 9C
2017 Oct - seen Popenguine, Senegal
2019 seen 31 March Moortown Ringood, Hants, and seen 19 Nov Somone Senegal by Pip&VicPaine & Joanna Dailey
2021 August seen at Poole Harbour Ospreys, and 25 August at Lytchell Bay, Upton, Dorset,
She has certainly been around at bit, and it's lovely she has been seen in her over-winter site. Whether she has a nest somewhere or not I have no idea.
Birdie's DU Summaries 2018
09.22 the cam post wobbled
09.29 8C(14)f landed with a chirrup
09.39.01 She flew off - something (8C?) landed on the campost
09:53 Heather Corfield would love to know where she is breeding. The only female known to have bred so far nested in Perthshire and she also landed on the Loch of the Lowes nest. Glaslyn born birds approve of cameras.
10.11 Lots of noise on the nest cam and two birds calling - one then landed on the nest
10.15- visit by a raven, although I could hear the odd sound of someone on the nest cam.
10:28 Peter morning all, great to see an osprey on the nest again, latest news CJ7 has just crossed the border between Spain and France and didn't get held up at customs
I'm not sure who Peter is - part of the team perhaps, nor how he knows CJ7's location. Is she tagged?
Skipping through, I haven't seen anything since.
In reply to SheilaFE:
I got thoroughly distracted looking for the Osprey - first a Greenfinch on the perch, which was too small to "bother" you with, then Raven and Magpie!
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