Inevitably there was some disturbance caused by dogs, but John said that the previous day had been a lot worse.
Monday, 31 August 2015
The high tide brought a large number of birders (large number for Ceredigion that is) to the point at Ynyslas this morning - there were eight of us. I was first, and as I walked the long way round 3 Chough flew over. I encountered my first Turnstones plus 2 Wheatear and a Sparrowhawk along the way. As the tide rose Russell and John arrived, and large numbers of waders were pushed closer to us. I didn't attempt any counts but the majority of birds were Dunlin and Ringed Plover with some Turnstone and Sanderling, and Russell picked out 7 Little Stint. There were also good numbers of Sanwich Terns at the water's edge, and at least 1 Med Gull.