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SUMMER RAFFLE

  As you know Bywyd Gwyllt Glaslyn Wildlife recently held a raffle for a ‘glass wall hanging’ which was donated by volunteer Bill Swann to raise funds. Bill drew the winning ticket and also presented delighted winners, Lynda McGill and Bob Page with their prize at the visitor centre. Many thanks to Bill for his […]

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Live Streaming Appeal 2017- Thank You

We recently asked for your help to achieve our 2017 Live Streaming target as we needed to raise a further £1,500. Heather Corfield took part in the Ras y Cob to help raise money for the appeal via sponsorship. We hoped that together our target would be achieved. Not only did we succeed but thanks […]

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Fantastic News.

We have received the news today that Blue 9C, the eldest chick from the 2014 Glaslyn brood, was photographed at Leighton Moss on 25th July by John Dodds. 2014 was the year that BGGW first took over the running of Glaslyn and Blue 9C was also from the last brood fathered by 11(98), so the […]

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Ringing of the Glaslyn chicks

Ringing of the Glaslyn chicks took place on Saturday morning, the 1st of July 2017. Everything went to plan and the ringing was carried out in a professional manner. The chicks were alert after the ringing. The ring letters and numbers, Z6,Z7 and Z8. Z6 Male BTO ring number 1408634. Wing length 308mm, Weight 1.47kg. […]

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BGGW IS NOW A CHARITY

Bywyd Gwyllt Glaslyn Wildlife has changed its status from a Community Interest Company (CIC) to a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO). Our objectives and purposes remain much the same, but as a charity we will have some real benefits. In particular, donations to us can qualify for Gift Aid. BGGW relies on the generous financial support […]

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ADOPT an OSPREY

The Adopt an Osprey scheme was launched on July 27th last year and since then many of you have adopted the Glaslyn ospreys, either for yourselves or as a gift for someone else. A great big ‘THANK YOU’. Our aim is to reach £5000 by the first anniversary of the scheme’s launch and we are […]