Bywyd Gwyllt Glaslyn Wildlife. GLASLYN OSPREYS,-August 2018

Loch Garten ospreys

Loch Garten ospreys
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Loch Garten ospreys

Bywyd Gwyllt Glaslyn Wildlife. GLASLYN OSPREYS,-August 2018

  • It is KS3 Patily. Now moved to the rim and I think it is KS1 waiting with KS2  on the perch. (Edited as per Patily)

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  • Must be a chick on the perch MIKE Mrs G just arrived Seen off by KS1

  • The juvie-on-the-perch's feathers aren't showing up the pale tips, making it look more like an adult.

    There's been quite a bit of vying for the fish but I think KS3 has kept it.

    I've reinstalled an older version of VLC but it doesn't scroll thru very well, goes grey.

  • KS 3 certainly still has the fish and it's KS 1 waiting.

  • You're right Patily. I see a ring in the photo now I look closely. Has to be KS2.

  • patily

    Must be a chick on the perch MIKE Mrs G just arrived Seen off by KS1

    I was supposed to have posted this snap :)

  • KS1 now has the fish and is mantling like mad but the other chick has now flown. KS 1 is too busy shouting to eat!

  • Tucking in now and she sounds happy

    C BGGW

  • MrsG is calling on the nest:

    She had returned since getting "attacked" again for not bringing a fish:

    Now in a familiar situation and condition ;-D

    She's keeps closing her left eye and it stays closed for quite a while - maybe the wind is coming from that direction:

  • I love Mrs G!

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  • My snaps appear in front of ALISON's because I'd posted the "calling on the nest" snap and then opened Edit to add them in, but it sat there for ages while I tampered with "improving" them.

    So it's me wot duped Alison, not she wot duped me ;)

  • Haha, scylla, not a problem! Love your snaps too.

  • Close up of Greater Spotted Woodpecker on perch.

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  • Great snap, MIKE!  

    I only went up to 11:47, just checked the last hour and found:

    Wood Pigeon flashed into the top left corner for a very split second, and a fly entered the pic on the right:

    The fly:

    Foraging crow:

  • No one seen so far this morning.