What's outside

Great photos, @ramblingjohn.
“Fyngau” from Cymdeithas Edward Llwyd suggests cwpan y domen.
Sue

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More visitors to the nuts this week.

Titw Tomos Las Blue Tit

Titw Cynffon Hir Long Tailed Tit

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Hediw - Today.



Eirlys gyda gwenynen bach - snowdrops with small bees.
Probably gwenynen gribog - common carder bee.
(finding plenty of pollen i appears).
(click on image for full size).

Cheers J.P.

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Fantastic photos

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Mae hi’n bwrw eira chwech mis y bloeddn.

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Ar y ffordd gytre o Gaerdydd echnos!

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Unusual things spotted on last week’s Welsh walk to Hinksey Heights Nature Park near Oxford.

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A short video in Welsh and English. :slight_smile:
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A Welsh bee’s backside at Aberglasney last September.

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How do you know the bee is Welsh? Just curious :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

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Well it was buzzing a lot but without using the letter Z!

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Also it was sufficiently far from the border for me to assume it was at least domiciled in Wales…

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Yn y coed yma, ar y penwythnos.

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A sea rainbow - enfys y môr.

Seen from the train near Conwy.

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Beth sydd o gwmpas y tro nesaf?

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Heddiw - Today.


Gellesgen bach - Dwarf iris.


Blodau draenen ddu - Black thorn flowers.
(click on images for full size).

Cheers J.P.

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Heddiw - Today.


Hwyaden gribog - Mandarin duck.

Cheers J.P.

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An unusual visitor to the garden recently - only seen him a couple of times but finally managed to get a photo. Not only is he a robin frongoch but also a robin adenwen!

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Mae dwi’n trio gwneud y fideo natur yn Cymraeg ac Saesneg.
I tried to make a nature video in Welsh and English.


Please watch, hit the bell and tell a friend.
Diolch!
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Heddiw - Today.


Britheg - snakes head fritillary.


Matell paun - Peacock butterfly.

Cheers J.P.

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