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Two Hobbies chased Martins over the River Clwyd at Rhuddlan, and Spotted Flycatchers were in Bangor and at RSPB South Stack.
The RSPB is today releasing a birdsong track to mark International Dawn Chorus Day on May 5.
Viewpoints in Exchange Square are being run by the RSPB until Sunday, July 14, every day from 10.30am to 6pm.
RSPB Scotland's reserve manager, Colin Bartholomew, said: "Mersehead is blessed with some truly amazing natural spectacles and people travel for many miles to come here.
For other volunteering roles available with the RSPB in your area, go to
By completing activities ranging from sleepouts, minibeast safaris and habitat exploring, to making a compost heap and planting for wildlife, participants can log their achievements on the RSPB Wild Challenge website and collect bronze, silver and gold awards.
They have a special Family Membership that costs from PS5 a month depending on which package you choose, and that membership helps the RSPB save wildlife, protect habitats.
ALL WILD FAMILIES GET: | Free entry to more than 170 nature reserves; | The quarterly Nature's Home magazine; | The new Nature Discovery pack to help your family explore, discover and enjoy nature together; | Free gifts of your choice; | Children become an official RSPB Wildlife Explorer and will each get their own magazines, six times a year.
Main pupping season takes place on RSPB Ramsey Island between late August and the end of October, meaning that autumn presents the perfect opportunity to witness this wonderful natural spectacle first hand.
"We will provide everything you need to build and decorate a high quality new home for local feathered friends." For more information contact RSPB Sandwell Valley telephone: 0121 357 7395 or email:
John Griffiths and Gareth Cunningham, RSPB Cymru Picture: ANTHONY WALTON RSPB Cymru also wants better management, resourcing and enforcement in Marine Protected Areas.
Already known for wildfowl such as pochards, tufted ducks and smews, the RSPB hopes it will become the most important site for breeding waders in the West Midlands by 2015.