Ring Ouzels.

More winter visitors heading our way, along the Aber mountain road, just over in Ceredigion: On the slopes 2000 + Fieldfares, 500 + Redwings and 30 + Blackbirds. Down in Cwmystwyth, on the berries 7 Ring Ouzels included 4 males.


About Tony Ware

Watching birds from an early age. Became a serious twitcher during the 80s clocking up 400 + species, which was a lot in them days. Later became a Wildlife Trust Warden and during the 90s The Warwickshire County Mammal Recorder for the Mammal Society and Warwickickshire Biological Record Centre, before moving to Mid-Wales. Today living and Birdwatching in the beautiful Elan Valley, Mid Wales, Recording-BTO survey work, Nest Record Scheme and WeBS.
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4 Responses to Ring Ouzels.

  1. kevjoynes says:

    Well done-here’s hoping!

  2. Tony Ware says:

    Cheers kev. Hundreds flying over the tops today kev, and so erratic, difficult to get numbers, flying in all directions.

  3. Took Isla to find some winter birds. Pretty sure it was fieldfare we saw and rather a lot of them. The chattering noise was amazing. I think Isla enjoyed it, kinda hard to tell sometimes with a four year old 🙂

  4. Tony Ware says:

    Nice one Theresa. . . Start em young 🙂

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