On Monday John Small and I visited Trawsfynydd Reservoir on myusual day off birding trip. This is one of the largest reservoirs in Wales and is an excellent if under watched birding site. Even in the rain we had excellent views of many species of bird. Highlights in the wood included good numbers of Willow Warblers, some great views of Nuthatch and even a Treecreeper which has been something of a bogey bird for me this year!
At the southern end of the lake we also found common sandpiper, pipits, and wheatears, and on the lake were lots of Gulls plus some Great Crested Grebe, Goosander and Tufted Ducks.