Pied Flycatchers have returned to their nesting sites at Llanfairfechan and Llanuwchllyn, while Redstarts and Yellow Wagtails were daily visitors to RSPB Conwy.
What does YWAG stand for?
YWAG stands for Yellow Wagtail (bird species)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
They include species such as: swallows and martins, warblers, flycatchers, wheatears, yellow wagtails, ospreys, terns and manx shearwaters.
Also alarmed was a juvenile Yellow Wagtail, which called continuously in flight as it flew between the salt-marsh and lagoons.
The grey Among 'generalist' species which are found on farmland and other widespread habitats, yellow wagtails have declined by more than 70% but woodpigeons and jackdaws saw populations double since 1970.
Swallows pass through in their thousands, and yellow wagtails and whitethroats return from their African wintering grounds and come to breed on England's lowland farmland.
The conservation status isn't looking very good for the stunning yellow wagtail.
Numbers of lapwings, redshanks, pochards, yellow wagtails and great crested grebe have all increased and rare birds such as a purple heron, citrine wagtail, blue-winged teal, and a pair of bitterns have all been spotted.
Also joining the list are the lapwing, yellow wagtail and herring gull.