ANGLESEY FACTS

County Recorder: David Wright

Anglesey (VC52) List: 327

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RECENT PHOTOS

Anglesey is perhaps one of the most visited counties for birdwacthers in North Wales, with wonderful birdwatching sites like South Stack RSPB, Cemlyn Bay, Malltraeth Marsh RSPB and Newborough Forest. It is not surprising that this county has turned up some great birds over the years including Black Lark (2003), American Bittern (1851), Baillon's Crake (2012), Chimney Swift (2005), Yellow-billed Cuckoo (1899) and Royal Tern (2018). Below are the lists of those who have seen species just in the vice county of Anglesey.

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