[caption id="attachment_454" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="Male just had a bathe, he is never far away from its young"][/caption]
Juvenile Herring Gull.
Cormorants and a The Great Black-backed Gull (Larus marinus)on the rocks off the castle point Aberystwyth
Grey wagtail lots of these flighty birds around devils bridge getting a good shot was impossible.
Juvenile blackbirds in my front garden.
male ( darker)and female
Juvenile robins in the park
[caption id="attachment_440" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="juvenile robin Erithacus rubecula. no sign of the parents these two were so busy hunting for worms,"][/caption]
WREN TROGLODYTES TROGLODYTES
NOW THATS QUITE A LONG NAME FOR SUCH A SMALL BIRD,
ON THE BANKS OF THE SEVERN IN NEWTOWN BETWEEN THE TWO BRIDGES THERE
ARE FOUR GROUPS OF YOUNG ONES I COUNTED ELEVEN WRENS
WRENS NESTING HOLES IN THE SOIL BANKNEAR THE RIVER
MAYBE THESE IDIOTS PUT THE SEATS IN THE RIVER THINKING IT WAS A GOOD PLACE TO WATCH THE WRENS FROM,
MISLE THRUSH (Turdus viscivorus )
Western Gulls(Larus occidentalis )on the Severn in Newtown
Wood pigeon (Columba palumbus)in Newtown park
FEMALE BLUE TIT( CAYNISTES CAERULEUS)FEEDING ON THE SEEDS OF THE HOGWEED (HERACLEUM SPHONDYLIUM)and the vespula germanica, german wasp feeding on the flower polen,
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- MUTE SWAN SYGNET .
black headed gull, and mallards