Everything has it's beauty, but not everyone sees it. - Confucius
Sometimes the picture doesn't have to be perfect; it's the captured moment that counts. - me
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Friday, 22 April 2016

Potpourri 2




Tying up the loose ends.





Stoat











Red-breasted Merganser male











Goosander female










Lapwing












Grey Wagtail














 Rhiwargor Falls












Lake Vyrnwy









Little Egret












Catkins












Oystercatchers













 Willow Warbler





and I'll end on one of the boy





 Whisky






Enjoy your day



Thursday, 7 April 2016

Seven days of April



In between the showers, hail and snow, there has been some sunshine.




And some lovely sunrises.





A quick visit to the Dyfi Osprey Project, to see one of the first Ospreys to turn up.




The most recent news from there is that the two regulars, Glesni and Monty, have now taken their places on the nest.










Just a few of the Guillemots at South Stack.







Plenty of Razorbills too.





A Sparrowhawk gave me a nice fly over while I was there.








Amongst the other birds there, was a large flock of Linnets.







A couple of miles round the coast is a place called Breakwater Country Park. It's a lovely walk along the cliff tops to Holyhead, and always something to see.




My first Willow Warbler of the year, and in the same place that I saw one this time last year.









Pied Wagtail




After a few hours exploring, it was time to start thinking about heading back; but I had to stop off at McDonalds, in Holyhead.
Not for a burger, but to see a bird I've not seen for a good few years.




 Hooded Crow.


Apparently, he's been here foraging in the bins at McDonalds for a few weeks now.




Glad I stopped off to see him.





While we've been here, another of Whisky's brothers has visited for a few days, so I'll finish with a picture of them.



 Obi, Thistle and Whisky.




Enjoy the rest of your day.