|An unusual patch of reeds and willow at the top of Pry Cove - just east of Kite`s Carn - provides a different habitat much favoured by Sedge and Grasshopper Warblers in summer.||The sheer cliffs of Hail Dinas. This lovely area is reached
by taking the path to the Logan Rock from Treen village, then going a little
east along the Cliff Path.
The walk from Treen village to the cliff is approximately one mile.
|White-fronted Geese (very unusual here), Black-headed and Herring Gulls feed on a stubble field.||Great bird habitat where the fields border the clifftop. A tangle of gorse and ferns at the top of Hail Dinas Cove, Treen Cliff.|
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