Tringa glareola – Pibydd y Graean – Scarce passage migrant
Tringa glareola – Pibydd y Graean – Scarce passage migrant Earlier records are summarised in Wood Sandpiper 1994 1994 – Singles Skokholm 2 – 7 May, 3 July, 3 Aug and Treleddyd Fawr 22 July. 1995 – Singles Ramsey 26 July, Skomer 2-5 Aug and Skokholm 25 July, 4,8, 17 and 18 Aug. 1996 – […]
Tringa glareola – Pibydd y Graean – Scarce passage migrant Mathew (1894) recorded a Wood Sandpiper at Stone Hall (Welsh Hook) in spring, the next being reported in 1955 when single birds were seen at Skokholm from 10-20 August and at Little Milford on 11 August. Since then it has proved to be a scarce […]
Species account from the Birds of Pembrokeshire, 1949, by Lockley, Ingram and Salmon.
Totanus glareola – A passing migrant in the spring and autumn; very rare. Somewhat smaller than the Green Sandpiper, and to be known from that bird by the more slender bands of black drawn across the white tail, this species is only occasionally seen as a chance visitor in the British Isles. It is not included in any list of Pembrokeshire birds […]