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The celebrations continue at RSPB Conwy

The celebrations of RSPB Cymru's centenary continued at RSPB Conwy today with stands, stalls and celebrity walk and book signing by David Lindo, AKA The Urban Birder. But the day kicked off with a bird race involving all four of the wardens of RSPB Conwy: Dave Elliot, Ian Higginson, Alan Davies and Julian Hughes. Competitive? You'd better believe it!

Team Biggest Twitch with an Urban Twist

Team Biggest Twitch with an Urban Twist


Birding hard!

Scores are checked

Independent adjudicators Charlie and Sarah checked the scores

Prizes for everyone

Julian's team won but everyone got a prize

How did we lose

Alan, Dave and Ewan checked the scores, how did we lose??

Cheque handover

Ruth handed over a donation of £150 to the RSPB from The Biggest Twitch and the Wrexham Yale Rotary Club

About to cut cake

Then it was time to cut the cake..

Julian Hughes Warden 4

The wardens lined up in order: Julian Hughes, Warden No. 4

Alan Davies Warden 3

Alan Davies, Warden No. 3

Ian Higginson Warden 2

Ian Higginson, Warden No. 2

Dave Elliot Warden 1

Dave Elliot, Warden No. 1

Cake unwrapped

The cake was unwrapped

How many men does it take to cut a cake

How many men does it take to cut a cake?

Alan eyes up the cake

Alan eyes up the cake and wonders how to get the first piece!

Julian prays for sunshine

Julian prays for the fine weather to last

David Alan and Ian

David, Alan and Ian swap birding stories

David and Julian share a joke

David and Julian share a joke

The Urban Birder goes rural

The Urban Birder goes rural

Alan and David

Alan and David

David sells the first copy of his new book

David signs the first copy of his new book

Dave and Alan with Colin and Phil

Dave and Alan with Colin and Phil

Charlie Wonderwoman who organised it all

Charlie the Wonderwoman who organised it all!

End of a long day

The end of a long day!


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