A few hours out this morning, Spotted Flycatcher at Martin’s Haven, the White-fronted Goose dropped in to Marloes Mere with a small group of Canadas, a small group of Ringed Plover and Dunlin flew over (15 in total).  A Sedge Warbler was singing his head off by the path and gave excellent views.  I was joined by Paul from Dorset for a few hours guiding, and we had lovely views of 2 Chough at St. Ann’s Head, before heading on to the Gann where there was a nice selection of waders: single Grey Plover & Bar-tailed Godwit, 2 each of Whimbrel & Sanderling, 4 Ringed Plover and 11 Dunlin.

Another trip to Marloes early evening was largely uneventful (other than persistent drizzly rain!) until we were just about to get in the car when a WOOD SANDPIPER flew over calling.  It was headed north, seemed to have a look at the Mere, but kept going.  As far I remember this is my first ever Wood Sand in Pembrokeshire, so a lovely way to end the day.