The Glaslyn Osprey Project is part of 'Aren't Welsh Birds Brilliant!', a partnership between RSPB Cymru, Forestry Commission Wales and the Countryside Council for Wales.
It is funded by the European Union's Objective One programme through the Welsh Assembly Government (European Agricultural Guidance and Guarantee Fund) and Enfys, funded by the Big Lottery Fund and administered by the Wales Council for Voluntary Action.
Yes, two of the chicks were slightly lazy last year and took a while to get their feeding habits perfected! However they all managed to leave the nest during the first week in September to migrate to north / west Africa. They’ll spend two years in Africa and then make their way back to the UK to find a partner and breed, they should aim to return to their place of birth although this is never guaranteed and they could end up elsewhere in the UK.
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