Cardiff Bay

Twice in the last month a Common Whitethroat singing like a Garden Warbler by the entrance gates to Cardiff Yacht Club;
Bird Guide says some Whitethroats do this, calling it their
‘ecstatic’ song.
A single, presumably Common Sandpiper along the water’s edge on the barrage coast path by the picnic benches and old wooden jetty viewed from St.David’s Hotel.In CBWR a Little Grebe with one chick.
2 Clouded yellows today and one in mid-May by the Penarth Oystercatcher.

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