Lake Vyrnwy

Lake Vyrnwy

Lake Vyrnwy
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  • Lake Vyrnwy Recent Sightings 20th-26th July 2014

    Hi, Top sighting this week was a flyover Yellow Wagtail from the Red Trail (23 rd ), this summer migrant usually inhabits lowland agricultural fields with the nearest known local population located towards Welshpool. Another highlight this week was...
  • Lake Vyrnwy Recent Sightings 13th-19th July 2014

    Hi, As temperatures soared on the reserve so did the number of flying invertebrates. Black Darter and Emerald Damselfly were recorded for the first time this year whilst Four-spotted Chaser , Common Hawker , Emperor Dragonfly , Brown Hawker and Golden...
  • Lake Vyrnwy Recent Sightings 6th-12th July 2014

    Hi, The fine and relatively dry weather continued this week resulting in a further reduction in height of the lake’s water levels. Unfortunately this looks to have put an end to the Great Crested Grebe’s nesting attempt for the time being...
  • Lake Vyrnwy Recent Sightings 28th June-5th July 2014

    The fields glisten as the suns early morning rays strike the dew, the watery cloak only missing around the sheep highway. The wheezy coo of a Wood Pigeon travels from the forest edge meanwhile a Song Thrush tilts its head and focuses on a surfacing earthworm...
  • Lake Vyrnwy Recent Sightings 21st-27th June 2014

    Hi, Another week of mostly fine weather resulted in good butterfly and dragonfly numbers which included a new addition to the reserve list in the form of Keeled Skimmer . Common Hawker , Broad-bodied Chaser and Banded Demoiselle were recorded for the...
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