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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
Its all happening!!
Been away at the Members Conference for the last few days - well worth going - lookout for details and book for next year! Well its all happening in my absence! An Osprey has been seen on and off for the past three weeks, and an Otter at the Lakeside hide, currently our “Date with Nature”...
21 Apr 2010
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 19th-25th April 2014
Hi, The first Cuckoo of the year was heard singing from the Yellow Trail (21 st ) with singing males also heard from the Purple and Red Trails during the week. The first and only Common Whitethroat was sighted on the Red Trail (25 th ) whilst Wood Warbler (first returning bird 22nd) tallied 3 males...
27 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
Lake Vyrnwy Recent Sightings 17th -23rd May 2014
Hi, The dawn chorus is one of Britain’s greatest natural wonders, this week we set our alarm clocks early and headed out with visitors to experience the Vyrnwy chorus. The group weren’t left disappointed as hundreds of woodland birds filled the air with music on what turned out to be a...
24 May 2014
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