South is expected to produce between 4,000 and 5,000 ounces during the current quarter.
The poet Montgomery wrote of the water wagtail
: "What art thou made of?
? Cllr Marion Bateman, vice chair of Flintshire County Council, Lord Barry Jones, Colin Singer, MD, Wagtail
UK Ltd, and Andy Farrow, chief officer, Flintshire County Council
I HAVE raved about the gangs of wagtails
that hang out close to warm lights on superstores in winter after spending years only seeing single birds around the region.
In spring, White Wags have a grey back with a clean demarcation from a jet-black head, whereas our native Pied Wagtails
are darker-toned from head to tail.
A total of 42 fished at Woodlands' Partridge, Skylark and Wagtail
lakes on Saturday .
Having served in the Royal Air Force for 24 years, Collin set up Wagtail
in 2003 with business partner Louise Wilson.
Earlier Moat's last-known hideout was found near Wagtail
Farm along with a letter address to Miss Stobbart.
What I was looking at were not dandelions but several yellow wagtails
which are summer visitors from the African continent that spend the summer in pastures, meadows, riversides and arable fields, and usually near freshwater.
The EUR50 million scheme means that many of O'Connell Street's trees are being felled - forcing the unique city centre flock of pied wagtails
to find somewhere else to roost.
`As I worked, I turned my head and watched, somewhat behind me, a pied wagtail
pecking and picking the grubs and seeds from the lines and I suddenly thought about Jesus telling us to consider the birds.
Over the weekend, the first Willow Warblers joined the many dozen Chiffchaffs singing on the reserve, with Yellow Wagtail
and a few White Wagtails