This week I’ve rather fallen by the wayside with Becky’s Square Tops challenge, but I had to post this for the final day. And to say a big thank you to Becky for being such a top host and giving us all so much fun during these very strange times.
Some of you will remember the ospreys from a trip Graham and I made last year to the Dyfi Estuary in mid-Wales. The Dyfi Osprey Project has an observation centre with cameras trained on an osprey nest and you can observe happenings there throughout the breeding season. Live streaming is back (link below) and three eggs have been laid. And now we’ve all got plenty of time to take a look. Hopefully, unlike the video in my previous post, it will not be subject to censorship!
23 thoughts on “Top Viewing ~ The Dyfi Ospreys Are Back”
Ooh, what a treat! Definitely one that Becky will enjoy, Tish, so top choice! 🙂 🙂
Cheers, Jo. I thought Becky would like this.
You know me so well!
Thought this might give you a bit of a boost. Tx
Awwww! I assume I’m watching mom sitting on her eggs? She appears much smaller than I expected.
I agree she looks small, Joanne. But then the scale on my second photo says they have a wing span of 180cm – over 6 feet! Maybe something to do with the webcam perspective perhaps. Glad you’ve been have a look though.
6 feet!!! New respect!
we’ve missed you this week, but what a fabulous finale 😀
That’s very nice of you to miss me 🙂
You’re so lovely and your posts so beautiful always going to miss you xx
Bless her heart. She is kinda out in the open and subject to all kinds of weather.
And she’s just flown probably 4,000 miles from north Africa – across the Sahara and all. Amazing resilience.
Oh, how wonderful❣️Amazing resilience indeed.
What fun, Tish! Thanks for sharing. Are you ready for May?
Ready for May – definitely. Hope it can warm itself up a bit though.
Here we’re about 20 warmer than normal, so I’d welcome normal. I could send you the 20 and we’d both be very happy. 🙂 About 100+ most days right now, Fahrenheit, of course. 🙂
Phew, that’s hot.