Perfect day

Just back from Anglesey and the latest outing with Drew Buckley for our Wilder Wales project for Graffeg. The weather has made planning our field trips difficult, but it really came up trumps this time and I reckon we enjoyed Newborough Warren and Forest at their best. After weeks indoors it was a thrill to be out and about on that beach. The main reason for us going to Newborough was to see the huge raven roost and it was quite something. Watching the sun set at the heart of the forest listening to the ravens ‘chat’ to one another all around you was a really eerie experience.

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