Monthly archives: September 2019


Chough on wooden fence post near Strumble Head Pyrrhocorax. Pembrokeshire Coastal Path
A Chattering of Choughs A Chattering of Choughs (Pyrrhocorax.) on Strumble Head near the holiday cottages. Taken by one of guests Pete Neal. Local legend has it that King Arthur’s soul entered the body of a chough when he died, turning its legs and bill red. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red-billed_chough

A Chattering of Choughs