Back in Wales, and out and about most days, which is why blogging has taken a back seat.
Anyway, here's a few pics taken so far.
He's glad we're back here. He gets to play with his friends, his brother, and have some freedom to run around in the fields.
A visit to RSPB Ynys-hir in search of a Wood Warbler, eventually gave me this poor shot.
I'd heard five, but they were a nightmare to see.
A bold juvenile Robin was very showy.
No wonder they are such favourites.
Another bird with a red breast:
A male Stonechat.
Loggerheads Country Park is always worth a visit; especially this time of the year.
It's home to Dippers, Grey Wagtails,
and plenty of other woodland birds; but I'd come to see the wonderful display of Ramsons.
The picture doesn't do it justice really. And the smell in the morning air is spectacular.
Another place to show in this post is from South Stack, on Anglesey.
Famed for its sea birds and Chough, it also puts on a great show of wild flowers.
Last place for now, was a visit to Lake Vyrnwy.
Not the best of roads to get there on, especially over the mountain, but some great birds to see once you get there.
Great Spotted Woodpecker
and finally a bird I was hoping to find,
Have a good weekend.