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Latest from CatinTheHat at DWN site
Another Monday in the Lakeside Hide: While we're waiting for the peregrines to hatch, there's nothing much happening on the cliff. A couple of times a day we see the parent bird fly off the ledge, circle round a few times, maybe rest for a while in a tree and then fly back to the ledge...
12 May 2010
Migrate with us!
Monday 31st May, 8:00 am to 10:00 am, Migrant Discovery Walk - nothing to do with patrolling the nation's borders, just a Bank Holiday Monday saunter through the wood and up the hill to renew acquaintance with tiny travellers back from incredible journeyings. A little party of early breakfasters...
6 Jun 2010
Recent Sightings March 2014
Hello my name is Adam and I’m one of two interns who have joined the team at RSPB Lake Vyrnwy for the next six months. Since starting our role on the reserve me and Tom, the other intern, have managed to see 71 bird species and the main focus of today’s blog is to update you with our wildlife...
2 Apr 2014
Lake Vyrnwy Recent Sightings 31st March- 11th April 2014
Hi, After late March’s large Chiffchaff arrival spring bird migration slowed through the first week of April and with fog and rain dominating this probably wasn’t too big a surprise. The conservation team are a committed bunch however and whilst out and about on the reserve managed to...
12 Apr 2014
Lake Vyrnwy Recent Sightings 12th-18th April 2014
Hi, In a week dominated by glorious sunshine and blue skies the wildlife excelled itself with the arrival of Pied Flycatchers being my personal highlight. The first flycatchers were sighted from the Centenary Hide on 13 th April and as the week progressed could also be found on the Yellow and Blue...
18 Apr 2014
Lake Vyrnwy Recent Sightings 26th April-2nd May 2014
Hi, Spring has finally taken a firm grasp on the reserve with Bluebells and Greater Stitchwort flowering in the woodlands, Welsh Poppies around buildings and Garlic Mustard along the hedgerows. Robin , Mistle Thrush , Song Thrush and Blackbird are frantically probing the ground for juicy invertebrates...
3 May 2014
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