Anthus richardi – Corhedydd Richard – Scarce visitor
1967 – Skokholm singles 13 Sep, 17-30 Oct, 16 Nov; Five at Wooltack Point 25 Nov
1968 – Skokholm – singles 7-8 Oct, 21-22 Oct; 26 Oct-5 Nov
1969 – Skokholm single 25 Sep
1970 – Skokholm two on 27 Sep, four on 29 Sep, single on 7-17 Oct
1971 – Skokholm, singles 12 Sep, 6-7 Oct, two on 24 Oct
1973 – Skomer single 18 Oct
1976 – Dowrog single 22 Oct
Above records taken from the WRP database & Welsh Bird Reports
1982 – Skokholm single 10 Oct (JD, EGG, GGG)
1983 – The Smalls single 30 Sep (MPL)
1985 – Stackpole single Warren 29 Sep (RJH)
1987 – Skokholm single 27 Sep (MB)
1988 – Skokholm singles 19-21 Sep, 12-14 Oct, 20 Oct (MB et al)
1989 – Single Skomer 9 Apr – First spring record for Pembs
1992 – Singles Skomer 11 Mar, Skokholm 6,7 & 9 Nov
1993 – Skokholm single 8 Oct (MB)
1994 – Singles Ramsey 1,4 & 9 Nov (DJA, IDB, JG) , Skokholm 14-15 Oct (MB)
1995 – Singles Esso 15 Oct (JWD), Strumble Hd 22 and 31 Oct (GHR) and 3 Marloes Mere 17 Oct, 2 on 18th (0 & GR et al).
1997 – One Angle Bay 18 Dec (AW) First Dec record for Pembs
2000 – Single Skomer 13 Nov (JGB).
2001 – Singles Skokholm 4-5 Oct and 10 Nov (GT).
2002 – Singles Strumble Hd 29 Sept (MYP), Pen Porth 3 Oct (BDG), Skomer 30 Sept and 22 Oct (JGB)
2003 – A good autumn for this species, singles Strumble Hd 18 Oct and 22 Oct (SEB, MYP et al), Whitesands 16 Oct, St Davids 24 Oct, Porthselau 26 Oct with 2 there 22-23 Oct and 11 Nov (PKG et al)
2004 – Singles Skomer on 11 and 31 Oct both flying W (JGB).
2005 – Singles Pembroke River 20 Oct (RE), Pen Anglas 22 Oct (AR).
2006 – Single bird heard Skomer 14 Oct (JGB).
2007 – The only accepted record was of a single at Point St. John by Ramsey Sound on 11th Oct (JB & MB). Additional record from 2007, one at St. David’s Head on 20th Oct. (MYP).
2008 – There were two records this year both of singles on Skomer on 26th Oct (DB) and at Angle Bay on 16th Dec (PJ).
2010 – The only record was of one at Freshwater West on 6th Dec (CH).
2011 – Singles Skomer on 14th & 28th Oct and 12th Nov (all DB), St. Davids Head on 2nd Nov (MYP) and Marloes Mere on 19th Nov (DJA).
2013 – A single at Strumble Head on 1st Oct (AR), Angle Bay 9 Nov-31 Dec (see below)
2014 – Single Skokholm on 15th Sept. (RDB, GE). One over-wintered at Rhoscrowther, Angle Bay from 9th Nov 2013 – 24th Feb 2014 (M. Ahmed)
Skokholm Annual Report 2014 – A vocal bird which flew low and east over the Gap on 15th September was the first Skokholm record since 2001 (RDB, GE). All Skokholm records sit within the period 12th September to 10th November and are typically of single birds, although there were four logged on 26th October 1968 and 29th September 1970.
2016 – (Skokholm record accepted by the County Records Panel but not included in Pembs or Welsh Bird Reports)
Skokholm Annual Report 2016 – A vocal bird on 21st October circled North Plain and then Orchid Bog before heading east (GE, RDB); it seemingly continued for the mainland as it could not be located on the Neck. This was the first Island record since another east-bound flyover found on 15th September 2014. The only other records this century were on the 4th and 5th October and 10th November 2001 and on 2nd May 2000.
2017 – One on Skokholm 21st Oct was the only record.
Skokholm Annual Report 2017 A typically vocal and rather skittish bird which dropped into Home Meadow on a drizzly 2nd November also perched in an Elder to the south of the meadow and briefly visited the Knoll before heading off high in a north-easterly direction (RDB, GE).
2018 – Single Skokholm on 10th Oct.
Skokholm Annual Report 2018 A typically vocal and rather skittish bird flushed from Purple Cove on 10th October was picked up in flight over South Pond and briefly relocated on the ground at Frank’s Point before it flew off north (GE, RDB).
2021 – The only record was of one amongst a flock of Skylarks on Skokholm 1 Oct.
Records extracted from the Pembrokeshire Bird Reports and the Skokholm Annual Reports