So who is joining us this Saturday 6th Sept?

Please let us know if you are joining us via our fb page HERE or email me: trixie@waleswildlifewatch.org.uk. Don’t forget that all our walk leaders are fully qualified, we are covered with insurance and all our walks are FREE!

We’ll meet at the Pavilion Cafe at 10am and then we’ll bimble along to Ashpit Ponds, around to Pwll Lagoons, returning to the cafe. Many species of birds frequent these areas including Mute Swan, Mallard, Tufted Duck, Little Grebe, Great Crested Grebe, Coot and Moorhen. Water Rail, Pochard, Shoveler and Gadwall are also visitors. A great many songbirds can be heard in the area including Blackcap, Reed warbler, Sedge warbler, Cetti’s warbler and Chiff chaff.


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