Monday, 28 March 2016

Some more from Wales



A selection of some of the birds from north Wales.


Siskins are such lovely little birds.




This pair were doing a food pass.






Female





Male




There are times, in strong sunlight, a Yellowhammer looks almost like a Canary.













A visit to RSPB South Stack one day produced some Chough, gathering nesting material and some food.













One of our most colourful and common birds is the Chaffinch. Sadly often overlooked.





Male





Another colourful bird is the Stonechat, often found on heathland.




Male





Oystercatchers can be found all along the north coast, with their carrot coloured bills and legs.









And finally, a sunset from one of my favourite reserves here ........... RSPB Conwy.








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