link to JUNE 2022
1st fish of July 2022 arrived at 07.34. Not too shabby an effort! Headless trout delivered by LJ2 whilst LM6 was off the nest. She soon followed on to collect the fish.
It looks like it was a nice calm morning.
LM6 and the chicks got a couple of feeds off this fish before LJ2 took it away. He returned with what was left at around 10.40.
LJ2 started eating it on the nest. Chick #2 came to see if it could get any and LJ2 gently fed it a few pieces before finishing it off.
Terrific captures ! Who do I thank ??
Ah, it's you Glider. Very many thanks
Hi Glider, see this is headed July 2022 but no nest name in the header?
Edit: x-post with Jill
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In reply to JillR:
JillR said:Header needs to mention Llyn Brenig!
Thanks Jill and Wendy. Is it right now? I’m still learning as I go along!
In reply to Cirrus:
The wind seems to have picked up from the first fish this morning. 17.16 - LJ2 hovers in with a whole pike.
In reply to Glider:
The nest is looking a bit cosier now with both parents bringing in sticks and moss over the last few days.
In reply to Sandra :
18.23 Lovely perch brought in by LJ2. That’s been 3 very nice fish today, all different types.
Rain smudges on camera lens again. Getting used to them being there!LM6 to the left getting ready to take the fish from LJ2.
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