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Tweet tweet !

Here’s what we spotted and heard on the Lock’s Common birdwalk on Saturday 11th May :-Starling, Herring gull, Song thrush (heard only), Jackdaw, Carrion crow, House sparrow, Rook, Lesser black backed gull, Blackbird (collecting worms in beak next to lifeguard … Continue reading

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**Places still available** The birds of Coity Wallia Commons’ walk tomorrow 9th June

With a break in the rain and sunshine predicted for tomorrow why not go on the ‘The birds of Coity Wallia Commons’ walk led by local birder Paul Roberts. Meeting at Ty Capel, Main Road, Bryncethin, Bridgend, CF32 9YB at 10am returning … Continue reading

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The Thinker? Catalogue pose?……..Fun ‘Caption Competition’ !

Rob taking a rest during the Lock’s Common birdwalk on Saturday…….best caption sadly won’t receive a prize (but could give us all a giggle!) Unfortunately the off-shore wind blew away some of the anticipated attendees so many thanks to Sarah … Continue reading

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Birdwalk at Lock’s Common by Leigh F

Ably led by David Carrington of Kenfig Nature Reserve, and official photographer Rob Jones, Bridgend Countryside Officer we set off from Rest Bay Life Guard Station and headed over the common towards the sea. The tide was in and a … Continue reading

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