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.
Former Wales second row Ian Gough is leaving the Ospreys, after six years with the region.
The 36-year-old played 64 times for his country, and was part of Wales' Six Nations Grand Slams in 2005 and 2008, but his last international appearance was in 2010.
Gough has played 119 times for the Ospreys, with 92 games for the Dragons before that.
He is reached an agreement with the Swansea region on the final year of his contract.
Gough said: "With sadness it’s time to announce that I am leaving the Ospreys by mutual consent. I have been at the region since 2007 and have enjoyed every minute of my time here. The welcome I had and the friends and memories I have made will stay with me forever."
"I’ve enjoyed on field success with the team, winning trophies, and have also been lucky enough to help with coaching the young regional age grade players within the set up who I believe have a massively bright future and will help take this region forward."
The Ospreys' Rugby Operations Manager, Andy Lloyd, said: “Second row is a position where boast considerable strength in depth. As such, and in respect of the outstanding service he has given, it makes sense for us to reach an agreement that will allow him to undertake fresh challenges."
“He leaves us with the best wishes of everybody at the Ospreys, with thanks for his services and with good luck for the future.”
The Ospreys managed a 23 - 19 home win over the Worcester Warriors this afternoon.
A Ross Jones try in the dying minutes of the game sealed the win for the Welsh side.
The match was delayed after the Warriors' team bus caught fire on the M5 this morning as they travelled to the Liberty Stadium.
Nobody was hurt and the game kicked off at the slightly later time of 4.30pm.
Worcester Warriors' player Josh Matavesi has tweeted these photos from the hard shoulder of the M5:
Looks like we are walking to ospreys http://t.co/7aZJpOxhwa
The aftermath of the bus, they can now do open top tours http://t.co/TJqLbnFrf1
All boys are safe very lucky http://t.co/pC3n7uDK7M
One lane is still closed southbound between J14 B4509 (Thornbury / Falfield) and J15 M4 (Almondsbury Interchange).
Congestion is back to J13 A419 (Stroud).
Two lanes have re-opened on the M5 southbound in Gloucestershire after Worcester Warriors' team coach caught fire.
All staff and players are said to be safe and well. It's not yet known how the fire started.
The Premiership rugby team will now play Ospreys at the later time of 4.30pm.
All staff and players on board a Worcester Warriors coach are said to be safe and well after it caught fire on the M5 near Bristol.
It's not yet known how the fire started, but it's been causing significant tailbacks southbound between junctions 14 & 15 close to Thornbury.
The Premiership rugby team will now play Ospreys later than scheduled at 4.30pm.
Today's Ospreys friendly against the Worcester Warriors will kick off at the later time of 4.30pm after the Warriors' team bus caught fire on the M5 this morning.
A series of tweets from the Warriors outlined this morning's events before the decision was made to delay the match, which was due to begin at 3pm at the Liberty Stadium.
Latest - The Warriors team bus caught fire on the M5 this morning. Discussions are taking place to determine whether the match will go ahead
Latest - All players and staff are safe and well. We will let fans know as soon as a decision regarding the match has been made.
Today's match with Ospreys will go ahead at the later kick-off time of 4.30pm.
Blindside flanker Morgan Allen has signed a new two-year contract with the Ospreys. The 23-year-old number eight brings the tally of players committing their future to the region in recent months to 12.
Allen joined the Ospreys three years ago after his potential was spotted while he was playing for Pontypool RFC. He made his regional debut in January 2011 and scored his first try for the Ospreys in that first game.
Allen said: "The last year or so has been brilliant for me, it really has. I think I've developed as a player and as a person. There's a lot of good boys here, there are some world class players for me to learn from, who have been helping bring through boys like me."
Andy Lloyd, Ospreys Rugby Operations Manager, said: " Morgan is a really good athlete who over the last 12 months has started to fulfil the potential we all knew he had. It hasn’t been easy for him and he’s had to work hard to get to where he is.
"I think it’s a case of him getting a taste of senior rugby with the Ospreys and the penny dropping as to what it takes to progress at this level and he’s never looked back."
Dan Biggar, Richard Fussell, Tom Grabham, Tom Isaacs, Duncan Jones, Rhys Webb, Joe Bearman, Lloyd Peers, James King, Andrew Bishop and Aaron Jarvis have all signed new contracts recently.
Ospreys were unable to win against Glasgow, the final score saw Glasgow gain 35 points, with Ospreys on 17.
Andrew Bishop has become the latest player to sign a new contract with the Ospreys.
The 27-year-old centre is the 10th player to commit to the Ospreys in recent weeks, putting pen to paper on a three-year deal which runs until the summer of 2016.
He currently tops the all-time appearance list for the Ospreys with 188 scoring 10 tries.
He has also played 16 times for Wales since his debut on the 2008 South Africa tour, his latest against the Barbarians last June.