Black-tailed Godwit – WeBS 2021-22

Limosa lapponica – RHOSTOG GYNFFONFRTH – Passage migrant and winter visitor

Based on the five-year rolling average to 2019/20, the Cleddau Estuary is the fourth most important site for this species in Wales.

The Threshold for National Importance is 390.

Updates to the Wetland Bird Survey counts for this season.

Maximum count may be in any month from June to March

Data for June and July are collected by Jane Hodges during the annual surveillance of summer shelduck populations on the Cleddau Estuary complex. There are no counts in August. The September to March data is collected from sites across Pembrokeshire (including the Teifi Estuary) for the BTO Wetland Bird Survey.

Note that totals for any month this season may be updated as more counts come in.

Annie Haycock (BBS & WeBS local organiser)

More about the Black-tailed Godwit in Pembrokeshire