Friday, 10 October 2014

Lark and Ibis still on Anglesey

A Glossy Ibis has been at Malltraeth Marsh again this week favouring wet fields where the path from the main office reaches the Cefni River in the field on the "seaward" side. It was first spotted by Jim Parry on Monday then again by Kathy and Ken yesterday and it was still there early afternoon today. It can show well but does also disappear for periods. Also the Short toed Lark was still in the same field at Cemlyn this afternoon. I couldn't spot it this evening but it can disappear into the vegetation at times. There were also about 5 Wheatears in that field and Tony W had 2 Swallows at Malltraeth as well today.

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