Sunday, 20 March 2011

A miserable morning set the scene for the remainder of what was a fairly uneventful day. Through the fine drizzle in the morning, a Grey Plover was the most notable sighting; two Dunlins, a Ring Plover, four summer plumaged Black headed Gulls and 300 Herring Gulls were also seen around the narrows at high tide. A Chiffchaff was singing in the plantation whilst a Snipe was in the wetlands, a Wheatear arrived on the narrows, and thirteen Linnets were in the stubble fields. A Sand Martin and the first Blackcap of the year were seen later on.

Four Black headed Gulls surfed the waves in henllwyn.
Choughs continue to feed on the kelp piles in Solfach. Pictures (c) Ben Porter

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