From winter beaches to summer moorland and woodland, Wales provides essential habitats for waders. There are over forty WaderTales blogs so far. Here’s a selection of ten that may well appeal to birdwatchers in Wales. Winter beaches & estuaries Wales holds important populations of waders in the wintertime – everything from Bar-tailed Godwits from Siberia to […]
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Sometime philosopher, thinker, dreamer, birdwatcher, poet, and occasional writer. Living and writing in beautiful North Wales.
@MarcieDWessels Oh yes a lot of my haiku are reworked many times before I’m happy with them. Yet still holding true to the original ‘moment’ that inspired them.
@MarcieDWessels Ah yes - the art (or science) of bird ringing - perhaps I should explain. It’s where a bird is tagged with a ring on its leg so that us ‘bird ringers’ can follow its movements during migration aiding our understanding and conservation of the species.
@MarcieDWessels Not a particularly elegant one but here goes ...
Day 18 Winnington Wood in the path of HS2
In autumn the wood becomes a larder for overwintering birds and mammals. This year was a good one for the rowan, or mountain ash.
The long exhale of the coming winter.