26.6.20 30 Days Wild #26 Gwylan y penwaig

Cefais fagwraeth naturiol cefn gwlad gorllewin Cymru – a dwi’n ystyried fy hun yn fychan lwcus iawn o’r herwydd. Serch i mi ddysgu parch at y byd natur – mi oedd elfen o atgasedd tuag at ambell i rywogaeth yn gyffredin iawn. Mi roedd Sgrech y Coed a phiod yn darged amlwg i ddryll dad – arferiad cyffredin i arddwyr y cyfnod. Fferet i hela cwningod a phot jam llawn dŵr i ddal picwns. Mi roedd cemegau a lladdwyr chwyn yn chwistrellu’n gyson.

Erbyn hyn, dwi’n trial parchu pob anifail – boed yn rhannu cynnyrch a ffrwyth llafur yr ardd a’u peidio! Mae croeso i bawb – a gall natur sicrhau rheolaeth o gyfundrefn ‘Gaia’.

Mae gwylanod y penwaig (larus argentatus) yn un o’r rhywogaethau sy’n derbyn yr un atgasedd heddiw.

About 3 weeks ago, we found these discarded Herring Gull shells near us. Whoppers! Our next door neighbour has nesting herring gulls on the roof much to the dismay of our other neighbours.

Personally, I think they’re a constant source of entertainment. Seeing these seagull chicks navigating their (possible) first ascent of the roof ridge with such confidence made me think of Olympic trials. The one who reached the top is in the Academy and earmarked for the West Wales regionals next month!

We also have Green woodpeckers nesting nearby and I always think the gulls and the woodpeckers are laughing at us when we try to do something in the garden. They genuinely sound as if they’re laughing. Can’t say I blame them!

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