Whilst the building is being demolished at South Stack we're delighted to find that we have had a bumper year for chough chicks. 26 chicks are known to have fledged on the reserve, up from 15 last year. They can be seen on the reserve being fed by their parents. Mum and dad teach them the skills they need to survive and once they learn to feed themselves they will leave their parents and join the 'non breeding flock'. We hope to see some of them back on the reserve to breed in the future.
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