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Chick number 3 hatches

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Martin Aaron Martin Aaron | 11:35 UK time, Tuesday, 1 June 2010

Ceri Mair Thomas has e-mailed over the latest news from the RSPB Glaslyn Osprey Project:

The third osprey chick hatched at 7pm on Wednesday, 19 May, after 4 hours of the first signs of hatching.

The chicks are all doing well and growing fast and the youngest and oldest are easily identifiable as the first signs of downy feathers begin to show.

The visitor centre:

There have been frequent sightings of other ospreys in the area and on 22 May - an unfamiliar osprey swooped into the river, right in front of a hide full of visitors!


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