20.6.15 – 30 days wild #20

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Migrants

 

Dwy rhan o dair drwy’r 30 diwrnod ac mae rhaid cydnabod pa mor anhygoel o eang ac eto pa mor gil mae pethau wedi bod hyd yn hyd. Nid yn fwriadol, dwi’n adrodd cydnabyddiaeth haenen cul o’r ystod anhygoel o bosibiliadau mae byd natur yn cynnig i ni.

Nid yw heddi’n eithriad!

Mae rhaid i fi ddychwelyd i fyd yr adar am adroddiad rhif 20. Dim esgusodion. Dim ond rhyfeddod.

Mae banc o nythynod gwenoliad y glennydd ym Mhorth Tywyn. Wrth wylio’r adar yn mwynhau’r olygfa ‘balcony coastline setting’ daeth cysylltiad a pharch at eu gilydd. Nid adar yn unig sy’n trafferthu chwilio am arfordir a chynefin newydd. Dwi’n gwerthfawrogi camp y gwenoliaid. Mae angen yr un fath o werthfawrogiad i ymdrechion eneidiau dynol sy’n gweld yr un anghenrhaid.

Being two thirds of the way through the 30 days, I have to admit the failure of my limited and primitive attempts at exploring the vast array of nature’s offerings. My diary entries have been limited to a comparatively narrow range of nature’s unexplored treasures. I’m obviously going to need more than 30 days!

Without apology, today’s entry brings me back to the world of birds. No excuses. Just complete bewilderment!

On the coastline near where I live, there’s a bank of sand martins. This morning I watched them all indulging in the full board luxury of their balcony coastline setting. I can’t blame them. It’s quite a view. How can I marvel at these immigrants without thinking about the human immigration trends and the people that care about them? My walk was full of admiration for all birds. My walk was full of connections for any refugees seeking an alternative. My walk was only full of optimism because some people do care and actually do something about it.

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