A Glaslyn male visits Kielder!!!

Today we had a brief view of an osprey landing on Nest 1. A blue Darvic ring on the right leg showed it was a half-brother to Yellow 37 and White YA.

Blue W0 about to touch down
(c) Forestry Commission England

about to go out of sight
(c) Forestry Commission England

We’re thrilled to see 2015 Blue W0, a male, and offspring of Mrs G and Aran. He hasn’t been seen before in what will be his first return.

Here’s a slomo movie, press HD for best quality.

Many, many congratulations to Glaslyn.

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10 Responses to A Glaslyn male visits Kielder!!!

  1. Vivien Finn says:

    Wonderful news, Joanna. W0 is very special to me and I can’t even begin to put into words how happy I am that he has returned safely on his first return migration. Many thanks for the call. If he doesn’t make his home at Glaslyn or in Wales then I can’t think of a better place for him to be than with his half brothers at Kielder. :)

    • joannadailey says:

      We’re really thrilled to see him and know he’s made it back to the UK at 2 years old. Wales could do with a few males, hope you see him on your camera soon.

  2. thehutts says:

    Great news for Kielder and Glaslyn. Sally

  3. Jo says:

    What wonderful news Kielder …. another youngster safely returned …… Congratulations to all at Glaslyn – you must be thrilled ….

  4. Jo says:

    Yes …… just caught up with that news Joanna …. excellent boost for them :-)

  5. Leslie says:

    Great great news! WO is the ‘miracle chick’ of 2015. Aran kicked the egg out of the egg cup by mistake and then in the middle of the night realised that it should be underneath him, not out on the edge of the nest! Anxious waiting until it hatched….So great to see WO back even if not at Glaslyn.

  6. Tiger Mozone says:

    This is one of the best pieces of news for a very long time. W0 seemed to have fantastic luck particularly when rescued by his dad early on Friday 5th June 2015.

    • joannadailey says:

      He’s a chip off the Glaslyn block, Tiger. Maybe Mrs G’s genes are even more important than 11(98)’s

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