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Under the Sea, down on the shore.

It’s another world down there, believe me! Although I’m primarily from a bird-watching background I do have a general interest in all aspects of natural history. That is why I am also interested in rock-pooling and the shoreline. It’s a great way for someone like me to get a taster of what’s beneath the sea. […]

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Full of birds!

Ken does a round-up of Naturebites’ short-walks in January… a fantastic reminder (to me) of what we are able to show off in such a small space of time!   “Parking on the roadside opposite The Oystercatcher resturant in the outskirts of Rhosneigr we were greeted by the sight of a majestic Peregrine patrolling over the […]

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I have a confession…

I had decided to tell you on Tuesday when we had spent the morning searching round Holyhead for Ken’s flock of five Waxwing. I didn’t catch up with our Bohemian friends, but I did have great views of beautiful starlings as they shimmered and sang. Despite their decline, starlings are much maligned. People often tell me […]

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