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Mrs G and the first 2018 egg! Together we did it! A GREAT BIG THANK YOU to everyone who donated to this appeal. Your ... There was some doubt as to whether the male osprey that landed on the Glaslyn nest on ... Aran has returned safely back to the Glaslyn nest. Look who’s back, it’s Mrs G! She is no April Fool she knows when to come back ... As the sun rises at the end of a long winter, a last flourish of the colder ... JustTextGiving. The yellow, roadside direction signs are already up around Porthmadog and at BGGW we are all looking ... Its February and I can feel a restlessness and anticipation rising in you, our loyal supporters, for ... Library Picture As promised in August 2017 the following is a ... In just eight weeks we look forward to seeing an osprey touch down on the Glaslyn nest ... We would like to thank Tony Russell for the amazing presentation he recently gave at Plas Tan ... On December 23rd our fundraising team held their last fundraiser of 2017. Four of our dedicated volunteers ... As you know Bywyd Gwyllt Glaslyn Wildlife recently held a raffle for a ‘glass wall hanging’ ... We recently asked for your help to achieve our 2017 Live Streaming target as we needed to ... We have received the news today that Blue 9C, the eldest chick from the 2014 Glaslyn brood, ...
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Harlech Triathlon Appeal.
A huge thank you to everyone who donated to the appeal. Your kind generosity plus the determination of the BGGW team to successfully complete the race has raised a Grand Total of £5313.82.
Every penny will go to our Live Streaming Fund.
Aran and Mrs G have been busy pair bonding and we noticed that a nest cup has started to form. It is possible an egg could be laid by the middle part of next week.
Here is a photo of Aran sitting on the nest yesterday afternoon. He is quite a looker.
Here's some more of Pete Ramsey's daft mumblings https://t.co/8k4Fq1LoAu
Rutland born female 3J was at Dyfi late this morning. This afternoon she has paid Glaslyn a visit. Not sure Mrs G was too impressed!
Here are some more wonderful 'daft mumblings' from Pete Ramsey https://t.co/3GxcPhHYmH
Josh Pedley volunteered with us for two days this week. Josh is currently walking the Wales Coast Path, the South West Coastal Path and the 100 mile stretch in-between to raise money for the Marine Conservation Society. Diolch Josh.
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