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Sunday, 18 April 2010

Rocky mountain way

Did the limestone quarries around Pwll du and Gilwern Hill this morning and fair play they are impressive geological features and full of biodiversity prospect. Bird wise not a lot on offer apart from skylark, the odd stonechat and wheatear - a ring ouzel would have been most fitting, but alas.  From the valley below and overlooking Abergavenny could make out willow warbler and redstart.

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