Criminals used a chainsaw to fell the active Osprey nest at Llyn Brenig the day after the first egg was laid. Here are the two birds looking at where their nest had been. The nesting platform has now been rebuilt – click here to read more.
We’re sorry this has been so delayed, but the WOS review of 2020 is now up and running on our YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5RNU1jsCp3U. It has a great introduction from Iolo Williams, our President, and lots of news on current BTO research in Wales. There’ll be more to come from the RSPB later.
The overall winner from 166 entries is Stephen Culley’s portrait of a Tawny Owl and the close runner-up is Jason Hornblow’s study of a Dipper feeding a fledged juvenile. Many excellent entries couldn’t be squeezed on to the short lists – you can see all the winners, runner-up and highly commended here.