Elan Valley

Yet another successful Birdwatching event today, thank you to all those that turned up, lots of birds, plenty of sunshine and unfortunately a few midges to contend with.

A big thank you to Alex for inviting us all over to his wonderful, bird haven of a nature reserve at Llangurig, an excellent afternoon.

Next meeting and final event is on Wednesday, 7th June at 7-00 pm,

All welcome.

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About Tony Ware

A keen Birdwatcher from the age of 12 after watching a flock of Waxwings outside the School gates. Became a serious twitcher during the 80s. A Wildlife Trust Warden and Warwickshire County Mammal Recorder for the Mammal Society and Warwickickshire Biological Record Centre before moving to Mid-Wales. Today! out Birding most days, Recording-BTO survey work, Nest Record Scheme and WeBS. Currently involved with the Wales Chat survey.
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4 Responses to Elan Valley

  1. J Davies says:

    Hi Tony,

    Is the next one on Wed. 5 July? Or Fri. 7 July?

    I might be able to make the Wednesday, but I’ll be overseas again by the Friday.

    Thanks

    James

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  2. Alexsally says:

    Thank you Tony for another lovely walk and to everyone big and small who came to llangurig… very enjoyable day. Within 20 minutes of everyone going the cuckoo started “cuckooing” 🙂
    Alex Sally

  3. Tony Ware says:

    Hi James,
    Next event is on Wednesday evening, 7th June @ 7-00 pm. Not July my error, apologies it was a long hot day yesterday.

  4. alinrhayader says:

    Many thanks to Tony and Alex for a wonderful day – the views of Cuckoos were fabulous, the midges less welcome! I think Tony summed up the day when we stopped for a few minutes and took in the orchestra of Wood & Willow Warbler, Song Thrush, Pied Flycatcher, Redstart and distant Cuckoo, to say simply ‘That is the sound of a Welsh Woodland’. We are so lucky to be able to experience it when so many woodlands are now going silent – with many of those species now absent elsewhere. Please all, get out and treasure our wonderful birds over the next few weeks.

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