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Tuesday, 22 June 2010

Summer solstice singing skylark

Theres a place on the hillside overlooking Llanhelleth called Gwastad. A nearby fire damaged woodland was ideal for a spot of nightjar 'checking out'. Didn't manage any nightjar, but two cuckoo were nice, a flyover bat and as it was the longest day singing skylark could still be detected at 22.20.

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