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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. 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 ...
Opening TimesThe Pont Croesor Visitor Centre is open every day from 10am until 5pm - we look forward to welcoming you!
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Another night shift for volunteer Pete Ramsey - another fascinating blog. https://t.co/vp2g35MHDq
Aran. He still hasn't mastered the Mrs G glare.
Aran. Tydio dal heb feistrioli edrychiad ffyrnig Mrs G.
After the warmth comes the rain. Mrs G is not a happy bunny.
Ar ol y gwres, daeth y glaw. Tydi Mrs G ddim yn hapus.
Rhag ofn i chi fethu ni ar @HenoS4C, dyma'r clip isod!
If you missed us on Heno, you can watch the entire clip below!
We have beautiful weather in the Glaslyn Valley today.
Mrs G is "gular fluttering, the way some species of birds regulate their temperature. Similar to panting in dogs.
If you are in the area, call in to the Visitor Centre to see the ospreys and the wonderful scenery.
Here's another set of great daft mumblings from Glaslyn volunteer Pete Ramsey - read and enjoy. https://t.co/CryzJqz7Sj
Mrs G. Super Osprey. This is her 15th breeding season at Glaslyn.
Mrs G. Cawr o walch. Dyma'r pymthegfed tymor iddi nythu ar y Glaslyn.
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