1st May 2017

Chough– as we prepare to leave lovely Pembrokeshire, here is the iconic species of these western cliffs (especially for Sian!). On the amber list due to reduction in grazed turf, and cow-pats, which provide insects to feed these unusual members of the crow family, we’ve been lucky to see a few individuals and pairs. With red legs, curved red bills and wonderful glossy black feathers, they are a brilliant sight. Conditions: long spells of rain


Pair of Choughs

Chough, so much larger and deeper black than a Jackdaw

clearing to blue skies. Temperature: Max 12- min 7 c.

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