Monday, 16 July 2012

Anglesey Corncrake

A Corncrake was calling in Tregele yesterday near the service station, found by Tony White's Father-in-law. Park carefully in the village and walk carefully along the busy main road towards valley. Stand in the gateway overlooking the barley field on the right side/cemlyn side of the road with the wet patch in front of you. The bird calls periodically half way up the field. Chance of seeing the bird - nil, but it's there to hear if you want. Dawn and dusk is best. Be careful if you do go as it is an accident black-spot. The above photo is not the Tregele bird!

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