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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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BREAKING NEWS!
Mrs G has returned for the 16th successive year!
Correction: She landed at 9:08 for ten seconds before chasing two crows away from the nest area.
They should know that no one messes with Mrs G!

Look out for a video of her return later today.
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NEWYDDION DA!
Mae Mrs G wedi dychwelyd am yr 16eg flwyddyn!
Treuliodd ychydig o amser yn mynd ar drywydd y brain oedd ar y nyth wedi iddi lanio am 9:08 bore 'ma.

Bydd fideo o Mrs G yn glanio hwyrach heddiw!
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Bywyd Gwyllt Glaslyn Wildlife is located in the heart of a Welsh-speaking community in North Wales. We like to promote the Welsh language as much as we can, and since many of our volunteers are Welsh learners, we thought our followers might like to learn a few words too! Introducing...

WELSH WORD OF THE WEEK

This week's word has to be:
Gwalch y Pysgod (Osprey)

Other recorded names for the osprey have included:
Gwalch y môr (Sea hawk)
Gwalch y weilgi (Ocean hawk)
Pysgod-walch (Fish hawk)
Môr eryr (Sea eagle)

Why not try and use 'gwalch y pysgod' in conversation the next time you see us at the Visitor Centre!
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