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Byline: David Hill, IT Facilitator & Wildlife Sightings Recorder

"My day job is an IT Facilitator in college, but during lunch hours and after work I spend my time recording wildlife sightings. These could be at a local pond or NWWT (North Wales Wildlife Trust) reserve, or just in the garden, " says David.

"Most of my sightings end up with COFNOD, the North Wales local record centre or one of the national recording schemes."

You can find more of David's pictures on Twitter Do you have an interesting job |or hobby and would like to take part in this feature? For details please email


Common Toad male, waiting |at the breeding pond (inset)

Honeysuckle Sawfly (Zaraea lonicerae now | Abia lonicerae), Rhyl - new county record

The Herald from our moth trap, Rhyl |

Cladonia floerkeana, Cyffty Lead Mine, Snowdonia | during a British Lichen Society field meeting

Evening view over the Conwy estuary on the way to |the North Wales Moth Group meeting at Pensychnant

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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Daily Post (Conwy, Wales)
Geographic Code:4EUUK
Date:May 8, 2015
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