Some photos from the last two weeks in the garden. Our chicks have now all fleged - great tits - titw mawr, blue tits - titw tomos las, house sparrows - adar y to, robins - robin goch, and song thrushes - bronfraith. The chicks are now coming to the feeders with their parents and currently seem to favour the peanut - cnau mwnci feeder. We've unusually (because of living in quite an open area) been having regular visits from a greater spotted woodpecker - cnocell fraith fwyaf, who also loves the peanuts. Another unusual visitor has been a single grey squirrel - wiwer lwyd. We certainly have more song thrushes - bronfraith around this year and without fail they sing till after 10pm every evening. We're still hearing the cuckoo - gog, regularly, but I haven't caught sight of it yet.
common blue damselfly(Enallagma cyathigerum) / mursen las gyffredin?
Great tit / titw mawr feeding a chick
Robin / robin goch
Grey squirrel / wiwer lwyd
Grey heron / crëyr glas
Song thrush singing atop the fern at sunset / bronfraith a machlud haul
Robin / robin
House sparrow male feeding chicks / ceiliog aderyn y to
Bumble bee in the laburnum / gwenyn bwn yn y tresi aur