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Without them he would possibly have to move into a home, leaving behind his home comforts and the wonderful view of the Dyfi estuary he enjoys from his window.
Shortly afterwards, these majestic birds undertook an amazing journey as they flew from the Dyfi Estuary, setting off on a Sunday night in April and reaching staging grounds in Iceland by the Monday night.
However, police charged the sisters with assaulting a DYFI leader, and the two were jailed.
ela Our first walk took us alongside the 18th-century Dyfi Furnace ironworks, up past the dippers' fast-flowing waterfall, through the beautifully scented forest until we emerged on the edge of a valley.
The dogs are said to be "the best tool" police have in their mission to locate April and have been combing the sides of the river Dyfi, woodlands and hillsides in and around Machynlleth.
Senior DYFI leaders feared the drop in membership could be as high as 10 lakh.
As change and decay have hit much of the best sea trout fishing across the country, even in legendary Ireland, the Dyfi has been quietly shining like a beacon.
He added: "Land owners, Gwynedd council, Powys council, interested parties and statutory bodies have all been part of the process on plans for a new section of the A487 north of Machynlleth, including a new bridge across the Afon Dyfi.
Ynyslas sand dunes are located slightly north of Borth and stretch onto the Dyfi Estuary, which is part of the Dyfi National Nature Reserve and is home to rare plants and animals.
Zacharia came down heavily on the DYFI, saying its activists had encroached upon the personal freedom of two individuals.
Bron-Y-Aur in Gwynedd's Dyfi Valley was used by Robert Plant and Jimmy Page to write their third album in 1970 and one track is named after it.