Tag Archives: Birding

Bird watching in the Nevern estuary

The cars you can see parked on the far left may belong to visitors looking for a signal for their mobiles but they are more likely to be bird watchers, who know that the Nevern River’s tidal estuary at Newport attracts a wonderful variety of … Continue reading

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Spot a chough in Dinas

The RSPB estimates that there are only 250 to 350 breeding pairs of choughs in Britain and I’d say that there’s a good chance that you’ll see some during a Tegfan holiday. With their bright red beak and matching legs, … Continue reading

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R M Lockley at Dinas

The eminent naturalist, R M Lockley, whose book on the private life of the rabbit inspired Richard Adams’ ‘Watership Down’, spent the war years on Dinas Island Farm. ‘The Island Farmers’ (first published in 1946) is a fascinating account of … Continue reading

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Birding at Tegfan

Tegfan’s a great base for bird watching and Pembrokeshire birders provide information and inspiration on-line. Tegfan’s wi-fi connection will allow you to explore local sightings and benefit from local birders’ knowledge of the area. This guide to Dinas Island bird life … Continue reading

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