Tuesday, 9 November 2010

Clywdian Hills

looking west from Moel-Y-Parc looking North from Moel-Y-Parc Blew away the cobwebs on Sunday with a nice long hike around the clwydian hills, centred around Moel-Y-Parc and Caerwys. Lovely weather all day long combined with a 12 mile walk, and some decent birds too, with Perregrine, Buzzards, 2 Green Woodpeckers, Redpolls, Siskins, Dipper, large numbers of Redwings and Fieldfares in hedgerows laden with berries (I have never known a better berry crop), Nuthatches, Goosander, Little Grebes, and plenty of Ravens.
Raven, Moel-Y-Parc
Any ideas? Good numbers of Starlings roosting on the Runcorn bridge on the way home, along with a Perregrine feeding on one unlucky bird, sometimes traffic jams can come in handy.

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