Thursday, 16 February 2012

14th to 16th February

The 14th was another rather quiet day; the Wigeon was seen on Pwll Cain, two Knots and a Bar-tailed Godwit were around the Narrows and four Woodpigeons were at Nant. In similar conditions to the previous day, the 15th was much the same bird-wise too. A Dunlin on the Narrows was the only notable wader present here, although a Snipe was flushed from the wetlands and six Song Thrushes were in the island’s gardens. The 16th was yet another quiet day, with the majority of birds being ones remaining from previous days. A Red-throated Diver and two Gannets flew past the Narrows early on, a Knot was on Carreg Yr Honwy, the Wigeon was seen in Solfach and five Song Thrushes were scattered around. The female Sparrowhawk was seen on each day of this period, and a maximum of five Shelducks were around the Narrows with two Ringed Plovers.

 The two Ringed Plovers continue to linger around the Narrows
 A Razorbill spent most of the afternoon on the 15th feeding in Henllwyn

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