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Betws-Y-Coed (1 Viewer)

Mostly Autumn

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I'm going there later in the year and was wondering where would be best to go too see Pied Flycatchers and Redstarts? I've read somewhere on the net about a place called "Fairy Glen" and I believe the woodland around there is perfect,does anyone have any experience of there or indeed anywhere else in the area? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.Paul.|=)|


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Hi, a good place is Coed Hafod just north of Betws. There's a big lay by there and you get Wood Warbler too. Also very occasional reports of L S Woody, Marsh Tit and Hawfinch.

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