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Osprey chicks hatch in Welsh valley for first time in 400 years

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Reports www.walesonline.co.uk.

TWO osprey chicks have hatched in a picturesque Welsh valley for the first time in more than 400 years, wildlife watchers have confirmed


The Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust have announced that the Dyfi ospreys near Machynlleth, sired their first chick at 3.35pm yesterday and a second chick hatched at 6.35am on Monday.

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