We've had a few good days with the weather here for a change, which has meant I've been able to get out with the camera.
A couple of favourite places on the north coast to visit when I'm here are Rhos-on-sea, and Gronant beach.
Rhos-non-sea is usually good for Purple Sandpipers at this time of the year, and the day I visited, I wasn't disappointed.
Best time to visit to look for these beauties is when the tide is in, as they huddle on the rocks.
The tide also brings a few Turnstone up onto the rocks too.
Gronant beach is best visited when the tide is out, in my opinion.
I also managed to get fairly close to a few Dunlin on the beach.
Gronant beach is probably most famous for its Little Tern colony, the best time to see these is May onwards.
I like to visit here any time of the year though; always something to see.
South Stack, on Anglesey, is also another favourite, with the seabird colonies, and the Chough.
The birds around the cottage have not been a disappointment either.
Whisky has had a great time too.
Even more so when one of his other brothers came to stay for a couple of days.
That's Whisky, Obi at the front, and Thistle.
It's all about having fun.
A couple of the ponies at RSPB Conwy having some fun too
Something to crow about
And finally, some sunrises to remember.
Enjoy your day.