Anyone know what species this is. Seen nr Darren Woods, Llangynwyd on GBC field trip.
Monday, 18 June 2012
Saturday, 2 June 2012
This morning i observed a dog walker who usually turns right at the top of Cors Crychydd Reen use the gate to the seawall on the leftthand side.She is entitled to do so.The problem lies with a high tide and waders using the wall to roost.She owns a hunting dog which caused havoc.Breeding Lapwings walk their chicks across the path and onto the shoreline,these are very exposed to any disturbance.Also Skylarks nest here as to in the past Ringed Plover (not seen this year),Oystercatcher.Grey Heron,Egrets and a few others pushed up by the tide are in for a rough time now.The dogwalker uses this stretch of coast every morning as do one or two others,but thats all it takes.I know this will probably fall on deaf ears,The Wharf is ugly,unpopular and not of any signifcance as other coastlines,but surely something has to be put right now before we lose an important area.We already lost thousands of waders due to the barrage.Lets not leave this until its too late.
Posted by Clive Ellis at 09:58