Welcome to the Llynfi valley nature blog, which will feature all aspects of wildlife found in the valley and surrounding areas. Sightings from further afield will also be included, along with postings of highlights from the past.
Tuesday, 5 March 2013
Mynydd bach west.
Saxifrage species growing on graves in cemetery
Song thrush anvil. The birds use favoured stones, known
as Anvils, for cracking snails open.
Eristalis Tenax. The sun brought out a few of these today.
Lesser Redpoll, this flock contained 18 birds. Also a pair
of Common snipe seen and a Small tortoiseshell butterfly.