Ospreys that have returned to Llyn Clywedog, near Llanidloes have welcomed three chicks to the nest.

Mum Seren and dad Dylan have three hungry mouths to feed now that all the eggs have successfully hatched.

The chicks are believed to be the first ospreys to be born in Wales this year.

The first and second chicks were fully out of their shells on May 22 followed by the third and final chick at 2.11am on May 25.

People watching the live cam footage on YouTube can watch Seren doing a good job of sheltering the chicks and Dylan returning to the nest after fishing for food.

Only one egg out of three managed to hatch in 2021 after late frosts and wet weather during the incubation period. The 50-day-old male osprey fledged on July 13 and was last seen on August 25.