|Song Thrush singing|
|Black-tailed Godwits feeding at Penclacwydd|
I decided to go out and headed for Penclacwydd. The wildfowl were obviously delighted at the change in the weather as a few birds were starting to display. Apart from the usual species a female Goosander was preening from the Peter Scott hide. From the British Steel Hide nice views of a group of Black-tailed Godwits feeding feverishly.
|Grerat Crested Grebe|
I moved on to Pwll and half way to Burry Port Harbour counted a group of about 20 Great Crested Grebes and 2 male Red-breasted Mergansers. A Kestrel hovered overhead but no sign of any Slavonian Grebe or Great Northern Diver.