As if you weren't busy enough keeping up to date with the Manchester peregrine, Chichester peregrine, Loch Garten osprey and Sumburgh puffin webcams, there's another new live feed to add to the mix. You can now check out all the action from our Cwmcarn Forest goshawk by watching the new webcam! You'll see the three chicks in fine form and if you're lucky you'll get a glimpse of dinner time. Squirrel seems to be a favourite at the moment!
Last week saw some pretty rough weather up at our Argaty red kite event. Three of the red kite nests (including the one that our camera is on) managed to survive the onslaught of 100mph winds, but unfortunately one of the other nests wasn't quite so lucky. It was propelled 60ft into the air and sadly the chick inside didn't survive the fall.
The buzzard nest that we've been filming seems to be intact, but the CCTV cameras have been knocked out of action so we can't be certain whether the little ones weathered the storm.
We'll be sure to update you if we hear anything more and you can get news direct from the site by checking them out on Facebook.
Springwatch starts tomorrow on BBC 2 at 8pm and for those of you who haven't heard already, it's coming live from our very own Ynys-hir reserve. It's a chance to see all the wonderful wildlife that calls Wales home.
If you fancy seeing Welsh wildlife off the screen, then why not come along to one of our Welsh date with nature events?
Our puffin cruises are the perfect way to see these cheeky little chappies of the sea. The next one is running on 12th June, so visit the puffin cruise page to find out more.The last puffin cruise had to be cancelled unfortunately. Though I'm not sure how much it would have been during gale force 6 winds!
If you liked the sound of the red kite tea party at Argaty that I mentioned earlier in the week, but can't make it to bonny Scotland, don't worry. Come and see the red kites of Ceredigion! Based at Bwlch Nant yr Arian, a Forestry Commission Wales site, grub's up at 3pm every afternoon, but be warned...red kite table manners leave much to be desired.
The wonderful red kite viewing point at Bwlch Nant yr Arian. Not a bad place to spend an hour or two :o)
First come, first served!