Friday, 25 April 2014


In a desperate attempt to find some interesting wildlife, other than the breakfast trade at Wetherspoons, I've been forced into wandering into VC42. On thursday I had what appears to be an adult summer plumaged yellow-legged gull just off Llangasty at 18:00 hours (Llangorse gets very few HG so easy to spot YG amongst LB).
Tonight was dry but apparently Llangorse and the east had been wet for most of the day, possibly delaying Tern passage because at 17:35 an arctic tern arrived from the east followed by a black tern at 18:10, they fed in tandem, 'bounce picking' back and forth close to the north bank (too distant to get a pic). Also present were curlew[6], redshank[1], lapwing[2] with at least 1 pair of gadwell a little egret and a black swan. LLwyn-onn held common sandpiper[5] late afternoon with mud water dropping and mud emerging.

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