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Welcome to the GRC Recorders pages. This blog provides details on all the relevant news of Glamorgan’s scarcer birds, plus all BBRC & WRP decisions that affect us locally. It will also be used to document the status and occurrence of these scarcer species and we welcome contributions from anyone with photographs, artwork or documentation of rarities past, present and future. The GRC also welcomes all seawatching news from around Glamorgan and news of passage migrants in spring & autumn, uncommon birds in our area and unusual behaviour.


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The Glamorgan Rarities Committee, in conjunction with the Glamorgan Bird Club & Gower Wildlife , have agreed to co-operate with the Welsh Ornithological Society in the sharing of bird records & photographs in the interest of keeping accurate records and to promote birdwatching in North, Mid & South Wales.

Saturday, 22 September 2012

Wryneck:Ogmore-by-Sea

Few distant "record" shots of Wryneck near Ogmore sewage works today.
Initially found by Peter Morgan at approx 3.45pm and then refound at approx 6.10pm by Peter and myself,both times in hedgerow of field south of entrance into sewage works.
Bird very flighty and mobile.

2 comments:

Mark Hipkin said...

The one at Mynydd Gellionen, last year, went missing for 3 hours, before returning to the same general area. I get the impression they sometimes follow lengthy circuits? Nice record shots.

David Gilmore said...

Nice set of photos Jeff.