7 posts about Migration on this blog
Monday 12 November 2012, 16:54
Genealogist Cat Whiteaway writes about Peter Coldham's book The Complete Book of Emigrants in Bondage 1607-1775 for BBC Wales History
Tuesday 7 February 2012, 10:52
There's a nice update here from the Dyfi Osprey Project. The first chick to leave the nest last year was called Einion and thanks to GPS tracking, we know that he's alive and well and currently holidaying in West Africa.
Einion set off in the morning from Mid Wales on 31 August and by late afternoon...
Monday 21 November 2011, 10:50
The more exotic looking winter birds are beginning to arrive in Wales now and as usual, our Flickr group members have been first on the scene. Here's a taster of what we've received recently.
These shots of an Isabelline wheatear on North Gower have caused quite a stir amongst 'twitchers' as these birds...
Thursday 8 April 2010, 14:21
Monday 22 December 2008, 09:54
I was laid low by the wretched flu again last week but being housebound afforded me an unexpected opportunity to do some wildlife watching.
Although winter can be a bit barren, it doesn't mean there aren't things going on out there in the wild. And with lemon and honey drink in one hand and binoculars...
Friday 28 November 2008, 14:15
This is one of the few stages of salmon migration that you can actually witness for yourself. In Wales, a good place to see them right now is on the river Usk at Brecon promenade.
Thursday 9 October 2008, 11:05
When I was a boy messing about on the River Taff (at the weir just near the Millennium Stadium) I remember distinctly finding a tiny eel, but at the time I wasn't sure what it was. It was in fact a juvenile eel called an 'elver'.
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