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Bywyd Gwyllt Glaslyn Wildlife (BGGW) was set up in 2013 as a community interest company to continue the work of protecting breeding ospreys in the Glaslyn Valley.

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W7 this morning with a recently delivered sea trout. We needn't worry about her coping with a fish in a tree anymore. She left the nest, flew to a dead oak tree that she's used on a number of occasions recently and then draped the fish over one of the thicker branches. She fed with ease.

There has been no reported sighting of W8 today, he could be anywhere in the valley but we've just not seen him. Tomorrow is another day.

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"So,where were you all day yesterday W8? Yes, we mean you, don't look at us like that, you went awol."

It was evening before we saw W8 yesterday we suspect he was with the adults on the hillside or near to where they were fishing.
His lack of presence on the nest and perch was obvious, not least because we couldn't hear him.

Aran delivered a Sea Trout at 9 23am this morning. W7 was perched in a dead oak tree when she spotted him. She flew to the nest, took the fish and flew back to the same oak tree to feed.
Mrs G is still present she has been seen perched at the top of one of her favourite trees.

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Something a little different. Just recently and early in the morning a variety of different species of birds landed on the Glaslyn nest and perch. All within 8 minutes, what an amazing sight to see! ...

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