Osprey chicks hatch

Wednesday 11 May 2011, 11:10

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The earliest osprey chick in the UK has recently hatched at Glaslyn, near Porthmadog in North West Wales and a second chick hatched at 3:15am today!

If you have a Facebook account you can log in and watch a video of the chick hatching.

The birds laid three eggs in total and have been busy lately - carrying fresh bedding into the nest in preparation for the new arivals.

Fairly regular updates can be found in the RSPB Osprey diary and you can also watch the BBC Local osprey webcam we have in place there.

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