You might see weeds, but I see wild flowers

Thursday, 16 March 2017

Out and about

Managed to get out on a couple of days in-between the windy and rainy days, here in north Wales. A place I always like to visit when I'm here is Loggerheads Country Park.

Had a bit of storm damage.

Grey Wagtail at Loggerheads

On a visit to RSPB Conwy, I found a very obliging Meadow Pipit.

The usual gang of Wigeon, at this time of the year,

and plenty of displaying Red Breasted Mergansers.

An outing to Rhos-on-sea one morning in search of Purple Sandpipers didn't disappoint.

I only found two though, with a group of Turnstones.

A quick trip along the coast to Gronant sand dunes, and a nice find there.

Two Snow Buntings foraging amongst the dunes.

My first Chiffchaff of the year.

He was at RSPB Ynyis-hir.

The view from one of the hides that looks out to the Dyfi estuary.

I'll finish with the three new additions here, where I stay.

Along with the dogs, the chickens, the goose, the horses, and the sheep in the field, we now have some cows.

Have a good day.

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