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Counting Day

Once a month we count the wildfowl on the reserve and also on the other lakes in the area to get an idea of how many there are and so how populations are fairing. 582 more words

Tramore: Wild Delights at All Times of Year

Ask most people in Waterford about Tramore, and they’ll tell you it’s famous for two things. The first is the long stretch of sand facing into the Celtic Sea, from which the town has earned its keep for generations. 1,656 more words

The Archers

The moth trapping has picked up a bit now and there have ben on or two new species in the trap, yesterday we caught two very fresh… 137 more words

Gadwalls are common year-round residents in the Puget Sound region now, but the birds originated in the Midwestern prairies, and the first Washington nests weren’t reported until the 1960s. 66 more words


Some Scilly birds

Came over on the Scillonian yesterday to the Isles of Scilly – we had a quick walk around Lower Moors and High Moors. There were a lot of migrants on the move especially willow warblers and chiffchaffs. 40 more words

Isles Of Scilly