Wednesday, 4 April 2018

Last Post...A Move With The Times.

In order to keep up with the times & make posting more accessible to many that watch at Strumble especially those from further afield, a move first thought of about eight months ago to see the winding up of the Strumble Head & Fishguard blog & move to a Facebook Group Page is operational as of now. Posting on this blog will not be possible anymore.

Look forward to seeing your posts on Facebook from here on in & for Facebook users a Link to the Group below:


Tuesday, 3 April 2018

Willow Warbler

A singing WillowWarbler at Llanychaer this morning.

Monday, 2 April 2018

Panteg (02 Apr 18)

Few gulls this morning and no sign Icelands.

Little Ringed Plover on the flood.  My first for Pembs!

Other waders: 6 Ringed Plover, Golden Plover and Knot.

Looks brilliant for waders if the flood persists - and with this weather I don’t think the water is going to subside anytime soon!

Sunday, 1 April 2018

Panteg (01 Apr 18)

2 Juv Iceland Gulls on the flood this afternoon with a Red Kite over and 3 Greylag Geese making a short stop.


5 Crossbills near Trecwn this afternoon.
This morning a single Black Guillemot in Fishguard Harbour.

Strumble Head (01 Apr 18)

Usual walk to beach then lighthouse in search of Wheatears - nothing!  Still not had one this Spring.

Did have Red Kite over Seal Bay and an Otter fishing in the bay past the lighthouse - just offshore from where the stream from Richard’s Valley meets the sea.

Friday, 30 March 2018

Tresinwen (30 Mar 18)

Only heard my second Chiffchaff of the spring this morning so was surprised to also hear a Willow Warbler singing at top of garden.