Thursday, 22 July 2010

The most notable bird of the day was a smart Black-tailed Godwit whose arrival in the evening provided an unexpected distraction from a football match taking place on the Narrows. The first Sparrowhawk for some weeks was seen at the plantation, three Lapwings were on the South End, eight Purple Sandpipers arrived in Henllwyn and a Grey Heron was roosting on Carreg yr Honwy. Eight Willow Warblers were still present, a single Siskin was seen and a Couple of Sand Martins and a Swift passed through. The long-staying Ring-necked Parakeet continued to visit the peanut feeder at Cristin.

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