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 Post subject: Cemlyn walks/Bird Atlas
PostPosted: Thu Jun 21, 2018 5:57 am 

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Location: Valley Road, Llanfairfechan
Cemlyn: Sandwich Terns doing well so far this year, electric fences seem to be keeping otters off the islands. Good views of Common & Arctic Terns (small numbers of each nesting) and a single Roseate Tern showing up sometimes, usually quite early. Passage waders often around and a Black Guillemot usually in the bay. Check out the latest update on Cemlyn Wardens Facebook.
Walks with a Warden: This year's wardens are Tim and Tarik. At least one of them is usually to be found on the shingle ridge and will fill you in about the latest sightings. On Sundays at 2pm one of them will be leading a guided walk, starting from the W car park. This is every Sunday up to 22nd July. No booking needed, just turn up. Donation to NWWT would be welcome.
Breeding Birds of North Wales: our North Wales Bird Atlas (published in 2013) was assessed together with around 40 other local Atlases by British Birds and the BTO, and ours was listed second!
There are a few copies still available, £20 which is a real bargain. On sale at Pensychnant Conservation Centre (ask for one of the COS stock) or contact me if you would like one. Too heavy to post but hand delivery a possibility (depending where you live!).
Geoff Gibbs

BTO Regional Representative for Caernarfonshire

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