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  1. luke

    Ceredigion Birding

    Just found out about this website, presumably you guys already know about it? http://ceredigionbirds33.blogspot.com/
  2. luke

    Ceredigion Birding

    we usually go to tregaron then onto Aber for a few hours and then go back to tregaron for a the harrier roost. Thanks for the info, hopefully we'll get the choughs this year!
  3. luke

    Ceredigion Birding

    I'll be in Aber in a few weeks time leading a trip for my local bird club, so are all the usual suspects about at the moment? We have struggled with chough the last few years, so are there any about anymore? Also i've noticed that theres a black redstart about, so where about is it showing?
  4. luke

    Ceredigion Birding

    nice one, glad you saw it.
  5. luke

    Ceredigion Birding

    cors caron is great for hen harriers during the winter, you can watch them from the bridge that goes over the teifi (i think thats the river?). Also the old railway line is great for willow tit, usually really easy. We've also had whooper swans plus the usual mix of winter wildfowl. Never been...
  6. luke

    Ceredigion Birding

    i usually go to aber on a yearly trip with the local bird club, we go to Cors Caron NNR and then go over to aber to see the purple sands and we also try for chough but havnt had success the last few times. we used to see then over by the tram thing that goes up that hill. Are they still about?
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