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About Bywyd Gwyllt Glaslyn Wildlife

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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We would not be able to continue operating without the invaluable help of our volunteers. If you are able to assist us in any way by devoting some of your time, then please get in touch...

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The Pont Croesor Visitor Centre is now closed for the season. We will re-open in March 2017, however the centre will be accessible for certain upcoming events.

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Welcome sunshine on Saturday highlighted the lovely colours of this Wigeon. For a few hours it felt like Spring had arrived. Perhaps the Wigeon felt the same..... their cheerful whistles were plentiful and seemed louder than ever. ...

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A few days ago these skeletal remains were discovered by one of our volunteers in a field close to the Visitor Centre. We believe this to be the skeleton of a pike that was more than likely caught and eaten by an Otter. ...

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Aran fishing the Glaslyn off the Cob Embankment at Porthmadog on May 21st, 2015 - just a few weeks after he took over as the breeding male at the Glaslyn nest. Let's hope he returns in a few weeks to breed for his third year.

Aran yn 'sgota'r Glaslyn ger y Cob ym Mhorthmadog ar Fai 21ain, 2015 - ychydig o wythnosau ar ol iddo baru hefo Mrs G ar nyth y Glaslyn. Edrychwn ymlaen i'w weld yn ol ar y Glaslyn mewn chydig o wythnosau - am ei drydedd mlynedd o fagu cywion gobeithio.

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