Clarach the osprey
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Dyfi Osprey Project sees 'milestone' as bird returns

An osprey from a Powys breeding programme has returned to its nest, becoming its first to be re-sighted in the UK, a wildlife trust has said.

Clarach landed in Glaslyn, Snowdonia, on Tuesday.

Welshpool-based Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust said she was the first chick from the Dyfi Osprey Project to be seen again as an adult.

The organisation called this "the promised land" and apologised to any visitors on Tuesday who "may have encountered crying, shouting and hysterical volunteers".

Footage courtesy of Bywyd Gwyllt Glaslyn Wildlife

  • 04 May 2016
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