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Glaslyn ospreys end the week on a high
After the sad news yesterday, we're pleased to be able to end the week on a happier note - the first Glaslyn osprey chick has hatched . You can keep up to date with all the latest over at the Glaslyn osprey diary .
11 May 2012
Spotted! Osprey returns
Sticking to the theme of returning birds - last Thursday saw the return of the male osprey to Glaslyn. Having spent the winter in West Africa, he's made the long journey back to his usual haunt for the eighth year in a row. The viewing site is now open to visitors until the end of August. There's...
28 Mar 2011
The prodigal son returns
There was a rare visitor to the osprey nest at Glaslyn late last week. One of the 2008 chicks made a surprise visit, which is incredibly unusual as ospreys rarely return to the exact spot where they fledged from. Find out more by checking out the Glasylyn osprey blog .
26 Apr 2011
Lucky Friday the 13 for Black Grouse walkers
The ominous date was mentioned when the group met at Coed Llandegla at 5.15am on Friday 13 April. However, curlews and a tawny owl were heard calling through the darkness and eight black grouse were posing well on the lek when we arrived at the hide. After watching the lek for almost an hour, the grand...
14 Apr 2012
Glaslyn, Glesni and Gwenlli head for Africa
What a relief! All three chicks from this year's nest appear to have left Glaslyn for Africa along with their parents, all safe and sound. Local school children were asked to suggest names for the fledglings, and project staff chose 'Glaslyn, Glesni and Gwenlli' suggested by Euon Parry...
17 Sep 2009
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