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Wales Blaenau Gwent County Borough
Trefil QuarriesSatellite View
Trefil Quarries used to have Ring ouzel, raven, peregrine etc, but the quarries are in active use again. Use an OS map, and discover for yourself dipper, grey wagtail, common sandpiper, sand martins ,buzzard and sparrowhawk of course, raven, pied flycatcher, wood warbler, all 3 woodpeckers, common redstart, all the tits (except crested); red grouse are sparse.
Birds of Gwentby Andrew Baker Helm 2007
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Gwent Bird Report...available from Jerry Lewis, Y Bwthyn Gwyn, Coldbrooke, Abergavenny NP7 9TD
Gwent Ornithological SocietyWebsite
TJ Russell, The Pines, Highfield Road, Monmouth, Gwent NP5 3HP 01600 716266 - Home Page for the Gwent Ornithological Society (GOS) now up and running with news, the latest newsletter, meetings dates, links and more...
Gwent Wildlife TrustWebsite
Gwent covers the lower Wye and Usk river valleys and the Severn Estuary in South East Wales. In the last fifty years Gwent has lost two thirds of its ancient woodland and the lowlands surrounding the Severn Estuary are threatened by industrial development...
A natural history journal for Gwent… News, observations, field reports, identification, commentary, opinion, nostalgia, humour, free thinking…
Ebbw Vale Owl SanctuaryWebsite
The sanctuary is in Ebbw Vale, Gwent, and it is run by a man called Malcolm. He doesn`t charge a penny for entry into the sanctuary, you are free to donate anything you might wish to, whatever you can afford. All his owls are rescued birds which have suffered some horrible fate, or been injured at some time, and Malcolm takes them in and looks after them...
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This site was last updated on Wednesday, 11th December 2013.
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