Thursday, 29 December 2011

Birder's Bonus 101

A very windy day at Oxwich. Masses of gulls (a variety of species) gathered in the shallows possibly because a shoal of sprats were driven in (in some places this reflects feeding activities of seals) but other people noted that the accumulations of seabirds were much greater than those normally seen in previous years.

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Butter-fingers

The UK only has around 50 species of butterflies (including the Dark green fritillary above) and, after a number of hard years, some a...