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More dates for your diary

With Autumn nearly here, some might think here already by the number of returning birds, we are running a Wader Identification Day on Wednesday 8th August. A great chance to improve your ID skills ahead of the return passage.

Dunlin flock
A flock of Dunlin makes a wonderful sight, but what else could be in there?

We will visit a number of sites along the North Wales coast, depending on latest bird news, and will take time to really get to know waders and discuss the best ways to identify them, giving you the confidence to go out and find your own great waders on your patch.

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Ruff can be tricky - so variable!

We are running another very popular Anglesey Tour on Saturday 11th August. We will visit a wide variety of habitats and see lots of birds!

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Staying with the wader theme we might find a Green Sandpiper?

Stonechat on Anglesey
Very good chance we will see Stonechat at South Stack RSPB

Then on Sunday 12th August we will be at RSPB Conwy from 10am - 4pm talking about the Fledge to Pledge campaign. Do come along and chat about all things birds and birdwatching! Sure to be plenty of birds to enjoy on the reserve too.

Shelduck drake
RSPB Conwy always has lots of birds come along and enjoy them!

The Pledge to Fledge campaign is all about sharing our joy of watching birds - what better way to spend a few hours than to take someone YOU know out to see some birds? Who knows it could be the start of their birdwatching life?

To book your place or for more information email
Or call Alan on 07778 677141
We look forward to seeing wonderful birds with you!


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