Ringing young ospreys in Wales


This video from Wales says about itself:

On July 3rd, all three Dyfi osprey chicks were weighed, named and ringed. They were 35, 33 and 31 days old and we kept the tradition of naming them after Welsh rivers and lakes.

See also here.

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