Llandegfedd Reservoir, Wildlife Community   Re-fuelling and uncovering conservation efforts at Llandegfedd, the wildlife community page helps bring awareness to protected species while sharing photographs, videos and sound clips of the rich bio-diversity found on site.

Llandegfedd Reservoir, Wildlife Community

Re-fuelling and uncovering conservation efforts at Llandegfedd, the wildlife community page helps bring awareness to protected species while sharing photographs, videos and sound clips of the rich bio-diversity found on site.

Sound Recording  Everyone listens to nature and music differently. To me however, I listen to them both in a very similar way. This project was a celebration of that while also using the opportunity to do some extensive research into the rhythmic qualities of bird song, and learn a bit about mimicking birds along the way. 

Sound Recording

Everyone listens to nature and music differently. To me however, I listen to them both in a very similar way. This project was a celebration of that while also using the opportunity to do some extensive research into the rhythmic qualities of bird song, and learn a bit about mimicking birds along the way. 

Morning Wood    Morning Wood have been gigging for over 8 years now  bringing the best hits of the ages to all kinds of events from Weddings, Pubs and   Clubs. Kirstin Major on Vocals, Steven Priest on Guitar, Ashley Meredith on Bass and Myself on Drums with four part harmonies.

Morning Wood

Morning Wood have been gigging for over 8 years now  bringing the best hits of the ages to all kinds of events from Weddings, Pubs and Clubs. Kirstin Major on Vocals, Steven Priest on Guitar, Ashley Meredith on Bass and Myself on Drums with four part harmonies.

Also running Winter 2015 - 'Winter Feeding Station'. I'll be running this project myself with the aid of a GOS Bursary. The aim for the project is to encourage / aid our Marsh/Willow Tit population. Marsh Tit aren't doing so well but Willow Tit is thought to be a bird of the past in Gwent so it will be interesting to see the results of the project when it ends on March 1st 2016. (If there is any food left, I will continue to fill the feeders but ideally I hope this project will encourage Welsh Water to start filling them again). 

Also running Winter 2015 - 'Winter Feeding Station'. I'll be running this project myself with the aid of a GOS Bursary. The aim for the project is to encourage / aid our Marsh/Willow Tit population. Marsh Tit aren't doing so well but Willow Tit is thought to be a bird of the past in Gwent so it will be interesting to see the results of the project when it ends on March 1st 2016. (If there is any food left, I will continue to fill the feeders but ideally I hope this project will encourage Welsh Water to start filling them again).