Conwy

Conwy

Conwy
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    Water + mud + midges = birds

    When we had those months of rain and wind last winter, the lagoons filled with more water than we had seen for years (see, for example, this post from 9 February). Actually, this was pretty good news, as it meant that the islands were surrounded in Spring...
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    Now arriving at Conwy International

    The Conwy estuary, as are all good wetlands, is like an airport restaurant, open to visitors from all over the world. But its opening times are determined by the tide. When the tide is rising or falling, the runways are busy, bringing more wading birds...
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    Egrets, we've had a few...

    Over recent years, little egrets have become a common sight around the estuary, and feeding on the lagoons. Yet, it was only at the turn of the Millennium that these Mediterranean herons first nested in North Wales, and only a few years previously that...
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    Guest blog: Climate change - what difference can one person make?

    Paul Martin is an RSPB volunteer who has recently completed a degree in Environmental Studies. Paul is passionate about wildlife, and over the last few years has been concerned about the way his life affects nature. It's not that Paul lived a more...
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    Shall I compare thee to a... brick?

    The rest of the country may find it hard to believe but, with the exception of a couple of days, we've had weeks of wall-to-wall sunshine at Conwy. Flowers have bloomed, insects have buzzed and birds have bred successfully in the warm conditions....
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