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  1. Ste-gull

    Llyen Peninsula

    Cheers Cheers again for all the help. For anyone else who wants to keep an eye on things I've found this site to definately be the most informative and interesting: http://bbfo.blogspot.co.uk/ Looking forward to my trip over in April! Ta folks!
  2. Ste-gull

    Llyen Peninsula

    Cheers for the help so far chaps. I'll be staying around Criccieth - any tips on the coastal birds around here or any other good areas for species like hen harrier or black grouse perhaps a bit more away from the coast?
  3. Ste-gull

    Llyen Peninsula

    Thank you so much for the tips. I won't be staying on Bardsey but I pressume the Shearwaters will be visible from the island and around it during the day time too? If anyone else has more info, the more the better really!
  4. Ste-gull

    Llyen Peninsula

    I'm heading over to the Llen/Llyn Peninsula this April and planning to do a little birding. I'm hoping to see Manx Shearwaters and Choughs on a boat trip to Bardsey but other than that I'm drawing a blank on what else I should really be aiming for. I fancied my chances at Black Guillemot but...
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