14 posts about Anglesey on this blog
Friday 31 August 2012, 11:46
Phew! We're already halfway through this year's series of Autumnwatch and we've been busy criss-crossing the country solving some of nature's mysteries.
Friday 15 October 2010, 12:46
Good news for the reds on Anglesey as specially designed rope bridges are being proposed to help prevent the squirrels from becoming road kill.A red squirrel by Alan Burfitt:
The technique has already been used successfully elsewhere and it's hoped that this will allow the squirrels to move safely...
Thursday 7 October 2010, 11:14
The National Trust is looking for volunteers to help with a clean-up and maintenance project on the Anglesey coastline this autumn.
The volunteering days are each Friday up to and including 10 December, and the work will include work on footpaths and boundary maintenance.
"We have arranged a series...
Thursday 12 November 2009, 16:58
No, it's not your local boozer or perhaps it is... but in this instance it's an unusual bird sighting!
Black Swans are native to Australia and are the state bird of Western Australia so one to remember for your Black Swan pub quiz.
I wonder if I could hypnotise you....if I write the words 'Black Swan...
Wednesday 28 October 2009, 09:42
Friday 16 October 2009, 16:20
The topic of grey squirrel culling seems to be something of a hot potato lately...
Love them or hate them, this problem isn't going to go away any time soon.
Greys are currently wiping out our native species of red squirrels but at what point do we intervene or do we just let nature take it's course...
Wednesday 14 October 2009, 17:27
Here's a common spotted orchid, I photographed on Anglesey earlier this year:
The husband and wife team have...
Tuesday 9 June 2009, 19:15
The word "Skerry" is the Scottish diminutive of the Old Norse word "sker", meaning a small rocky reef or island.
Tuesday 9 June 2009, 11:32
It was a cold, dark night when they came down from the sky....
Tuesday 9 June 2009, 10:42
Listen to sandwich terns at Cemlyn Bay:
Monday 8 June 2009, 13:44
Chris Watson has been out to South Stack to record the sounds of the nesting sea bird colonies.
Monday 8 June 2009, 11:31
Cemlyn Bay is situated on the northern tip of the Anglesey and consists of a crescent shaped pebble beach edged by sea kale, beet, thrift and other hardy marine plants.
Friday 5 June 2009, 16:40
I've just returned from South Stack - an RSPB stronghold with a superb look out tower overlooking the sea cliffs, where nesting guillemots hang precariously to cliff faces, defying gravity.
Friday 5 June 2009, 16:16
The springwatch army has marched north, to the isle of Anglesey or 'Ynys Mon' as it's known in Welsh.
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