I was lucky enough to be in Anglesey over the last few days in February, experiencing perfect spring like weather, and went to RSPB South Stack, Penmon Point, Moelfre and the Inland Sea, all of which are incredibly beautiful.
My first port of call was South Stack, near Holyhead in the north west of the island. The reserve has a viewpoint over the sea cliffs and it was amazing to see so many Guillemots and Razorbills clinging to small ledges or bobbing about in the sea. A little too early for the Puffins yet, and no Fulmar or Kittiwake, so a return journey will have to be scheduled later in the year. I also managed a distant scoped sighting of four Chough, and a lovely view of a Rock Pipit which perched on the cliffs right below me by the viewpoint.