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The range/ Penrhosfeilw common, Holy Island, Anglesey

Heathland and Seals

Yesterday we had summer for just one day. The maritime heathland is just beginning to flower, first out is the cross-leaved heath (or bog heather) ...

Coastal walk Rhoscolyn

Amazing diversity of wildlife

Walked from the school in Rhoscolyn today, just a short walk of 2 miles to the coast. The sheltered lane soon passes a reedbed, where ...

Puffin with sand eels

Last chance to see puffins, guillemots and razorbills this year!

From South Stack lighthouse steps there are fantastic views of guillemots, razorbills and puffins at the moment. The sound of the young birds chirruping is ...

Coastal walk from Porth Dafarch to South Stack

Fabulous walking and checking out the puffins at South Stack

The coastal path between Porth Dafarch and South Stack is quiet, beautiful and on this day gorgeously hot. Raven, chough and feeding terns are often ...

Aber Falls

Aber Falls, Snowdonia

Walked here yesterday, was fab. Rain rain rain but never mind.

Sunset

Summer Solstice Wildlife Walks

Discover bird life, wild flowers, Welsh names for wildlife and traditional uses of plants, at this special time of year. Summer solstice, or mid-summer’s day is ...

chough

The Red Billed Chough

The Red-billed Chough or Chough, Pyrrhocorax pyrrhocorax, is a bird in the crow family; it is one of only two species in the genus Pyrrhocorax. ...

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About Anglesey

Anglesey (Welsh: Ynys Môn), is an island and, as Isle of Anglesey, a county off the north west coast of Wales. Two bridges, spanning the ...

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