Tringa erythropus – PIBYDD COESGOCH MANNOG – Passage migrant and winter visitor
Maximum counts for all Pembrokeshire sites from the Wetland Bird Survey since 1982
Tringa erythropus – PIBYDD COESGOCH MANNOG – Passage migrant and winter visitor The Spotted Redshank was listed as a rare autumn visitor by Mathew (1894). Lockley et al. (1949) added four further records. Increased observer activity since the 1950s has revealed it to be an annual passage migrant in the autumn, with up to three at various coastal […]
Tringa erythropus – PIBYDD COESGOCH MANNOG – Passage migrant and winter visitor The BTO winter atlas plot refers to regular wintering birds, their number varying between 2 and 14 across the 1981-82, 1982-82 and 1983-84 period. More about Spotted Redshank in Pembrokeshire
Species account from the Birds of Pembrokeshire, 1949, by Lockley, Ingram and Salmon.
Totanus fuscus – An autumn visitor; rare. In Mr. Mathias’ list: his brother, Mr. Lewis Mathias, of Lamphey Court, shot one in the Portclew Bottoms, near Freshwater East. Mr. Mathias informs us that he had seen several from time to time in Mr. Tracy’s shop at Pembroke. These were all birds of the year, and had been obtained in the autumn. […]