Actually at the momnt at Ynys-hir we have both. In the skies over the wet grassland and peat bog visitors have enjoyed watching a pair of marsh harriers and also hen harriers filling theair.
There is still a nice mis of ducks and waders too onj the polls and slatmarsh.
Pintail, wigeon,teal shoveler, shelduck.
Curlew, lapwing, redshank, grey plover, black-tailed godwit and green sandpiper.
A few Barnacle geese, wintering Greenland white fronted geese and greylag geese.
Lovely regular sightings of otters too from Marian mawr to Domenlas hides.
Wrap up warm and enjoy.
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