Many thanks to AG who wrote this preface to the Llyn Brenig thread for us (below)
Llyn Brenig is a reservoir on the border between Denbighshire and County Conwy in North Wales. It is managed by Welsh Water; the osprey project is a partnership between them and North Wales Wildlife Trust.
One pair of ospreys raised a single chick here each year from 2018-2020. Neither of this pair returned in 2021, when the nest was taken over by 2 Scottish birds, LJ2 (male) and LM6 (female), both 2018 chicks. The nest was vandalised the night after LM6 had laid her first egg; while the two could not continue to breed they did stay close to the site until normal migration time.
A new nest has been erected in 2022 with additional security and a streaming camera is in place. A new hide has also been built.
North Wales Wildlife Trust Page https://www.northwaleswildlifetrust.org.uk/days-out/ospreys-llyn-brenig
Welsh Water Page https://llynbrenig.com/llyn-brenig-osprey/
Osprey Project Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/brenigospreyproject
Friends of Llyn Brenig Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/FriendsofLlynBrenigBlue24
Llyn Brenig YouTube Channel for Live Stream https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8_OrcBilBcFmDQVGgrk2ng
Thank you Cirrus - the goose is back now !!!
In reply to Cirrus:
Cirrus said:The water isn't moving!
Last season I used to get hours and hours of still picture
Thanks for starting the thread !!! But your cam link is already out-of-date - best to post the Channel page link.
EDIT - The state of the current live stream:
IMAGICAT | LG DAILY OBS
Sadly, the picture is much the same today
© Llyn Brenig Ospreys/Welsh Water/NWWT
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I've written this little intro to Llyn Brenig. Not sure how to start a new thread - Can this be edited into the first post on this thread?
In reply to AG:
AG said:I've written this little intro to Llyn Brenig. Not sure how to start a new thread - Can this be edited into the first post on this thread?
Thank you, AG - I've heads-upped CIRRUS
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