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Two great days out in North Wales



Here are some images taken this week on our guided birdwatching trips around North Wales,if you like what you see then join us soon for the best in birdwatching!

Our fist day was spent mostly on Anglesey with Julie and Mary

Brent Geese Beddmanarch
Great start with a flock of Pale bellied Brent Geese

Julie Ken Ruth
Next up Slavonian Grebe and Black Guillemots at Holyhead

Chough South Stack 1
Brilliant views of Chough

Tufted Duck Penrhyn
We enjoyed loads of wildfowl around Valley Lakes

Julie Alan Mary
Julie, Mary and Alan enjoying the winter sun

Desert Wheatear 8
Our next day started in the best way, Desert Wheatear at dawn!

Desert Wheatear 9
This very rare beauty just posed for us on the beach

Waxwing flock
Just down the road we were straight into a flock of Waxwings!

Waxwing 1
You can never see enough Waxwings

Waxwing 2
What stunning birds, we enjoyed around 200

Purple Sandpiper 1
A high tide roost gave us close views of Purple Sandpipers

Conwy RSPB Nov
Next stop RSPB Conwy

Firecrest Conwy 1
Another top draw species, Firecrest, though never still for a moment.

Sharman Dave Ruth
Dave, Peter, Joan and Ruth at the end of a fantastic days birdwatching.

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