Avocets at Loughor Bridge

The 2 birds present in the HT roost in front of the British Steel hide at WWT this morning (found by Lyndon Evans & Alun John I believe?), were found feeding south of Loughor Bridge this evening. Between the bridge and Crofty the numbers of all other species have been down over the weekend, counts including 3 GCGrebe, 1 D-b Brent, 367 Oystercatcher, 2 Grey Plover, 33 Curlew, 6 Whimbrel, 1 Dunlin, ~30 Little Egret, 199 Herring Gull, 112 LBBGull, other odds and sods including Gannet and a regular Red Kite.

Up the Neath Valley, 42 active Sand Martin holes in a storage pile of coal duff was something I’ve not seen before.

2 thoughts on “Avocets at Loughor Bridge

  1. AlunJ

    Cant take any credit for finding… Only the tweets getting the news out… Lyndon is the man who gets the credit..

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