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Here is the video of the ringing of the 2018 Glaslyn chicks. As many have correctly guessed, Mrs G and Aran have two female chicks and a male on ... BGGW will be present at this event, please call by our fundraising stall. This warm weather is enough to make anyone feel lazy. We’re all moving that little bit slower, ... Here are the details for the new Clwb Gweilch Glaslyn. Open to children 7-11 years old. We’ll ... It has only been nineteen days since the first chick hatched but already we have seen a ... It has been a busy couple of weeks here at Glaslyn, to say the very least. This ... The first 2018 Glaslyn chick hatched at 09:49 May 25th 2018. VIDEO. ... BREAKING NEWS – fantastic, wonderful, excellent, brilliant – we have a chick at Glaslyn. First crack at ... Once again this season Twootz.com is sponsoring food for all our bird feeders, We would like to ... The beginnings of first light starting to seep in through the drawn curtains come into my consciousness, ... Thursday was full of anticipation for four of the Glaslyn team as we headed towards Rutland Water ... Rutland born 5F laid her first egg of 2018 at around 07:30 this morning 28/04/2018 Mrs G laid a third egg on April 25th at 08:46 :36. Congratulations to Mrs G and ... Sitting in the Protection caravan with drops falling heavy on the roof and streams running down the ... Mrs G has laid a second egg at 10:02:33 today. Well Done Mrs. G! April 22nd 2018 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.
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KS1 fledged this morning at 6:00am! Here is a clip of her first flight. View the full video here:
Fe adawodd KS1 y nyth am 6:00 bore 'ma. Dyma gipolwg ar ei hediad cyntaf. Gwyliwch y fideo gyfan yma:
Mae’r ail gyw, KS1 wedi’n cadw ar bigau drain ddoe. Am 12:03 wnaeth hi hofrennu ar draws y nyth tuag at y glwyd, ond nid yw hyn yn cyfri fel hediad cyntaf am nad oedd hi wedi gadael cyrion y nyth mewn hediad dan reolaeth. Arhosodd KS1 ar y glwyd am bum awr.
Yesterday at 12:03, middle chick KS1 helicoptered sideways across the nest and onto the perch. Although to some this might look like a fledge, in technical terms we do not class it as a fledge because she did not leave the perimeters of the nest in a controlled flight.
KS2 is 49 days old today and the window for fledging is now open for all three of the chicks. Will all fledge on the same day? It has never happened at Glaslyn before.
Mae'r ffenest bellach ar agor i'r tri cyw hedfan y nyth. Tybed a wnaiff y tri fynd dros y nyth ar yr un diwrnod?
KS1 did not appear to be too keen on getting a soaking. Does her expression remind you of anyone?
Doedd KS1 ddim yn edrych yn or hoff o'r drochfa gafodd hi. Ydy ei stumiau yn atgoffa chi o rhywun tybed?
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