Glaslyn Ospreys Webcam (Wales, UK)

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What a huge meal!
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Looks like she is sated. :laugh:
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KS 3 shares with the crows... :thumbs:
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Soggy KS2 sitting on perch listening to rain drops

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KS 3 today

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  • Update from BGGW Facebook

    https://www.facebook.com/BywydGwylltGla ... type=3&amp
    We have had no sightings of KS3 or KS2 today, so we hope that they have started out on the journey to their lives as independent ospreys.

    After searching the nesting area on foot late this afternoon, one of our volunteers managed to find Aran perched in a tree towards the back of the nest site. Unfortunately it was not possible to find this tree with our cameras, despite our best efforts. He was seen headed towards the estuary at 6.15pm, possibly going out fishing. Perhaps he will put in a final appearance on camera tomorrow before he begins his migration.
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    Spot the sparrowhawks!
    We were visited by two female sparrowhawks around the nest area yesterday, can you spot both of them in the image below?
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Bye, bye fellow ospreys & your delicous fish, we'll meet you again :whistling:

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Good bye, lovely ospreys, have a safe journey and a good life for all! :wave:
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2019 Cam Link: http://www.glaslynwildlife.co.uk/live/

March 25, 2019 Glaslyn's resident female Mrs G is back
Here is the moment Mrs G arrived at 9:08 this morning, and she made sure the crows knew who's nest it was!
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https://www.facebook.com/BywydGwylltGlaslynWildlife/
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Glaslyn, Wales

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April 1

https://www.facebook.com/BywydGwylltGla ... 9601006955
This is no April Fool's joke... ARAN IS BACK!
He landed at 10:12 this morning. Look out for the video coming this evening!


https://www.facebook.com/BywydGwylltGla ... 9754313273
Aran returns!
Here is a video of the moment Aran landed at 10:12am this morning. We mistakenly thought he had briefly landed at 7:20, but upon reviewing the footage it turned out to be another unringed female who Mrs G promptly saw off the nest.
Both Aran and Mrs G left the nest for some hours this afternoon, later returning together. Mrs G was the one carrying a live fish!
What a wonderful and exciting day here at BGGW! How long will it be until we see an egg in the nest?
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Aran delivers fish for Mrs G

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MrsG lays Egg #1 on 13 04 2019, blasé Aran stands by
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video by scyllabub > https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_cont ... Gza79q0uFk

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EGGSTRAORDINARY Mrs G has just laid the second egg of 2019!!! She stood up at 11:42 this morning, April 16, to reveal the egg. This is the 50th egg laid by Mrs G in her lifetime. An extraordinary achievement by an extraordinary osprey.
https://www.glaslynwildlife.co.uk/2019/ ... g-of-2019/

https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north- ... h-16140967

... and Aran eagerly shares his breeding part

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April 19

https://www.facebook.com/BywydGwylltGla ... 5783083670
Fantastic news - a hat-trick at Glaslyn! Mrs G has just laid her 3rd egg of the season. Watch out for a video to follow later - 11:55

https://www.facebook.com/BywydGwylltGla ... 7049728210
Here is Mrs G laying her third egg of the season, her 51st overall, in the warm sun this morning. All three eggs laid just in time for Easter!
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Know someone how old beautiful Mrs.G is? I have read about 50th? eggs are laid from her. So she would be around 20 years old!

Pic from now 7.May 21:24 MST
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Arans' fish delivery and change with Mrs G

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Birdfriend wrote: May 7th, 2019, 10:28 pm Know someone how old beautiful Mrs.G is? I have read about 50th? eggs are laid from her. So she would be around 20 years old!
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Glaslyn Ospreys - Mrs G, Profile:

Unringed, therefore history unknown

Resident female at Glaslyn since 2004

To date (2018), Mrs G has successfully fledged 36 chicks from the Glaslyn nest
https://www.imagicat.com/MrsGprofile.html
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Ferenz wrote: May 10th, 2019, 7:53 pm ChloeB and Tiger's Osprey Data

https://www.imagicat.com/MrsGprofile.html
Many thanks, Ferenz! Isn't that great! What a female! :loveshower:
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14. May

Nice cam view from above:
Beautiful Mrs.G is incubating her three eggs.
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I hope again for a good and successful season there.
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