Dyfi estuary ospreys ready for migration

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They were the first ospreys to be born on the Dyfi Estuary in 400 years.

Now two months on, all three chicks have spread their wings and are preparing for their long migration south to West Africa.

Birdwatchers will be able to follow their journey too as the young ospreys have been fitted with tracking devices.

Cemlyn Davies reports.

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