4th August 2020 – Clywedog Reservoir

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The weather was not so kind to us today. We drove north from our base near Aberaeron in search of adventure, but for most of the day there was drizzle or low cloud.  Our fill of nature was the landscapes which we saw. Bear in mind I only took photos when it was dry enough to venture out!

We stopped at RSPB Ynis Hir but we hadn’t done our homework and the reserve was closed because of the coronavirus pandemic.

We  had a sneak view of the Dyfi Estuary where all we could see was a small flock of Canada Geese.

DSC09262Canada Geese on the Dyfi Estuary


DSC09259The delicious Welsh lamb kebabs we had for our evening meal could well have come from these salt marshes

DSC09264-2It would have been a bonus to photograph a train on the bridge

We then made our way via Machynlleth, the ancient capital of Wales in the heart of the UNESCO Dyfi biosphere, to the Clywedog  Reservoir  – lovely views but not many birds, certainly not ospreys which we had seen reported here – mainly house martins, sand Martins and pied wagtails.




DSC09388-2The ubiquitous rosebay willowherb – “fireweed”


DSC09397Common foxglove

DSC03128The Clywedog reservoir

We returned home via Devil’s Bridge but not stopping as again it was very busy with tourists.


DSC09441Cardigan Bay had a very different mood to it this evening

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