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Wednesday, 14 September 2011

Grey Phalarope at St Brides Major

Reported on Birdguides - does anyone know any more about this?
[This sighting refers to St. Brides, Wentloog in Gwent VC35]

4 comments:

Martyn Hnatiuk said...

There's a Curlew Sandpiper reorted there today...Can only think of the pond outside the pub at the east end

Paul said...

Both sightings refer to St Brides, Gwent. Sort it out, Birdguides!

John Wilson said...

St Brides Gwent is St Brides Wentloog which is on the coast road east of Newport. I can't imagine where in St Brides Wentloog it would be though as at that location itself it's all roadside reens.

RGS said...

Ref St Brides Wentloog - this refers equally to the village AND the immediate foreshore including the now famous West Nash Lighthouse at the Usk est. where all the recent action has been - very confusing!