THE cold weather has been drawing some exotic visitors to North Devon, reports local naturalist Stewart Beer. Used to even chillier climes, including some Arctic species, a variety of birds have found the region to their liking. Stewart reports and has ph

THE cold weather has been drawing some exotic visitors to North Devon, reports local naturalist Stewart Beer.Used to even chillier climes, including some Arctic species, a variety of birds have found the region to their liking.Stewart reports and has photographed colourful waxwings at Roundswell, Barnstaple.He has also seen a King Eider duck at Appledore, an Iceland Gull at Croyde and reports Bewick Swans visiting Braunton Marshes.He has also been unable to resist a trip to Zennor in Cornwall to see a Snowy Owl, which is causing quite a flap there.