Himantopus himantopus – Hirgoes Adeinddu – Vagrant.
The Black-winged Stilt is a breeding summer visitor to mainland Europe from wintering grounds in Africa.
The Black-winged Stilt was first recorded in Pembrokeshire on the 24th July 1967, when G. T. McTaggart , a postman delivering mail, came across one on a small pond near Narberth.
The second was at West Dale, also visiting the Gann, between the 3rd and 6th April 1987.
On the 19th March 1990 a Black-winged Stilt was noticed wading in flood water at Penally by an alert observer travelling on a passing train, it remained until the 30th March.
Another was at Skokholm on the 7th and 8th May 1990, where it was frequently harassed by breeding Lapwings.