Your recent sightings at Lake Vyrnwy
Your recent sightings
Out and About
At this time of year the wardening team are out and about as much as possible surveying the key bird species breeding on the reserve. This year we are concentrating on the moorland, with surveys for hen harrier, merlin, curlew, black grouse, red...Posted 23 May 2019 by Lake Vyrnwy
No it wasn't! But maybe now...
Our last post a couple of weeks ago was entitled ‘ Is it Spring yet? ’, well this posts title answers that question. The weather has again been one of the talking points with a return to wintery scenes and then a week of cold crisp Spring mornings...Posted 14 Apr 2019 by Lake Vyrnwy
Is it Spring yet?
Our February summer seems a distant memory with rain, a bit of snow, and storms being the weather of choice for March. However, there have been a few pleasant days in the last week or so and Spring is developing nicely. Though we are still in limb...Posted 22 Mar 2019 by Lake Vyrnwy
A new year can bring many new things, but one guarantee is that the weather is still unpredictable. On Sunday, I decided to take a walk along the Purple Trail to both stretch my legs and see what is out and about at the moment. A sunny afternoon w...Posted 17 Jan 2019 by Lake Vyrnwy
Touch of Frost
With Autumn in full swing now, we have also had a touch of winter in the last week. The first snow appeared on the mountain tops last weekend end and we have experienced sub-zero temperatures and hard frosts. It may be cold but it has also been...Posted 01 Nov 2018 by Lake Vyrnwy
Who's coming and going?
With summer now appearing to be fading in to the past, Autumn has really taken over with autumnal colours now splashed across the countryside and the weather turning far more ‘autumnal’. Storm Callum is about to be the third storm to hit the UK...Posted 12 Oct 2018 by Lake Vyrnwy