Two chicks which successfully hatched at Cors Dyfi nature reserve near Machynlleth are now four weeks old.
This evening sees the West Wales derby in the RaboDirect PRO12. Our Sports Correspondent Richard Morgan looks ahead to the big game.
Reigning champions the Ospreys were beaten last night, but the Dragons got off to a flying start with a bonus-point win.
The Ospreys suffered their third successive defeat in the pool stages of the Heineken Cup, as they lost 15-9 away at Castres.
The home side were reduced to 13 men in the closing stages, but the Ospreys were unable to capitalise on the advantage.
The Ospreys are putting in a much-needed performance away at Castres in the Heineken Cup. At half time the scores are level at 6-6.
The Ospreys will look to earn their first victory in this season's Heineken Cup this evening when they take on Castres away. The Pool 1 strugglers have lost both of their opening European fixtures at home to Leinster and more recently away at Northampton.
Meanwhile Cardiff Blues will also be hoping to lift themselves up from the bottom of Pool 2, when they welcome Glasgow to the Arms Park.
The Blues have enjoyed mixed fortunes in Europe so far, after a 44-29 defeat away at Exeter, before they clinched an historic 19-15 win at home to Heineken Cup holders Toulon.
The Ospreys lost 16-28 at home to Glasgow this evening, after leading with just over ten minutes to go.
Two late tries from DTH van der Merwe and Ryan Wilson denied the Welsh side the win and even a losing bonus point.
The Ospreys were well beaten by Leicester at Welford Road in the first round of the LV Anglo-Welsh Cup. The Tigers notched up a bonus point after scoring four tries. Scrum half Sam Williams scored a try for the Welsh side, while Sam Davies kicked three penalties.
Ospreys flanker Justic Tipuric scored a try in each half to help his Ospreys side to a 40-17 win over the Dragons. The visitors got off to a good start, with Tom Prydie scoring in the corner after only four minutes.
It did not take the home side long to respond, though, as Dan Biggar made the most of a penalty to put three points on the board for the Ospreys.
There was concern for Wales No. 8 Toby Faletau, who was stretchered off with a head and neck injury.
The Ospreys were beaten by three-time champions Leinster, in their first Heineken Cup game of the season.
Leinster won 19-9 at the Liberty Stadium, with Ireland flanker Sean O'Brien scoring the game's only try.
Dan Biggar kicked three penalties for the hosts.
The Welsh side had a great opportunity for a try after 24 minutes, but Richard Hibbard was tackled, after deciding to go for the line himself, with teammates outside him.
Leinster won a penalty at the scrum, counter-attacked, and four minutes later they were ahead, having shown a clinical edge the Ospreys lacked.
Sean Cronin broke through, and O'Brien touched down.
Leinster were firmly on top at the breakdown in the second half, and although the Welsh side looked dangerous in attack, they wasted more chances.
Fly-half Jimmy Gopperth kicked a penalty with less than two minutes remaining, to deny the Ospreys a losing bonus point.
Ospreys backs coach Gruff Rees said: "At key moments we made bad decisions. We were not smart under pressure, and they were the opposite. They did the right thing at the right time."
"We have got to get a smartness and urgency into our game because at times we had no emotional control, which was disappointing."
The Ospreys will look to maintain their unbeaten PRO12 start when they host Ulster at the Liberty Stadium tonight.
The Irish side were beaten PRO12 finalists last season, but have had a mixed start to their campaign.
They are currently fourth in the table - with the Ospreys second.
The Welsh side have Lions stars Richard Hibbard, Adam Jones, Alun Wyn Jones, Ian Evans and Justin Tipuric in their XV.
Canadian flanker Tyler Ardron makes his first start for the Ospreys.
Ospreys Head Coach Steve Tandy said: "We are really pleased to be where we are in the table four weeks in and after three games on the road, but we aren’t going to allow ourselves to get carried away. There’s plenty of room for improvement."
"Ulster is as difficult as it gets. They’ve got a strong squad with world class players in there."
Former Wales second row Ian Gough has signed for London Irish.
The 36-year-old left the Ospreys earlier this month, after the final year of his contract was terminated by mutual consent.
Gough represented the Ospreys 119 times over six years, having previously played for the Dragons and Pontypridd.
He won 64 caps for Wales, the last of which came in 2010.
He said on Twitter that he is "very excited" to play in the English Premiership, after 17 years in Wales.
London Irish Director of Rugby Brian Smith said: “It’s great to have a player of Ian's stature and experience on board. He is a proven Test forward and has been exceptional at the set piece and the breakdown throughout his career. His presence and influence at the training ground will be massive.”
Dan Biggar's late penalty snatched a thrilling 29-29 draw for the Ospreys against reigning PRO12 champions Leinster.
The penalty was controversially awarded in injury time, and Biggar was nerveless in kicking it, to finish the match with a 19-point individual haul.
Leinster scored tries through Richardt Strauss and David Kearney to lead 16-9 at half-time, with only Biggar's three penalties keeping the Welsh side in touch in Dublin.
Two tries in the space of three minutes - from Joe Bearman and Ashley Beck - then helped the Ospreys into a seven-point lead.
The Irish side has Sean Cronin sin-binned, but managed to score ten points, to go back into the lead, without him - Jack McGrath with a try and Jimmy Goperth another penalty.
Biggar's last-gasp penalty levelled the scores - and meant the Ospreys now have a win and a draw from two away games at the start of the season.
Forwards coach Chris Gibbes said: “We’ve had two away games against very difficult opposition and although it’s not been perfect by any means, we are heading in the right direction and are unbeaten with plenty of things to work on and improve. That’s a good position to be in."