Tag Archives: Wales
The Siberian airmass arrived on the very Western edge of Wales this week, bringing with it snows, ice, and thousands upon thousands of birds we rarely see in such numbers. Redwing, lapwing, fieldfare and golden plover driven to the edge … Continue reading
Up here, on the roof of Snowdonia, we have restored the blanket bog and protected the largest and deepest area of peat in Wales. Not only is this good for increasingly rare birds such as curlew and hen harrier, but … Continue reading
The long drive home from a busy week of work away has it’s rewards with this beautiful sunset over Cardigan Bay, West Wales
Llyndy Isaf Farm, near Beddgelert, North Wales
A medieval sailor’s chapel of ease dating to the 14th Century on a lonely headland on the West Wales coast. If you look in the centre of the picture below you can just make out the white gable end above … Continue reading
There must be something in the sea air…..