Bird Watching at The Park

The Oystercatcher /Piod Mor

The oystercatcher is a large, stocky, black and white wading bird. It has a long, orange-red bill and reddish-pink legs. In flight it shows a wide, white wing-stripe, a black tail and a white rump that extends as a ‘V’ between the wings. Because it eats cockles, the population is vulnerable if cockle beds are overexploited.

Lapwing / Cornchwiglen

Its black and white appearance and round-winged shape in flight make it distinctive, even without its splendid crest. This familiar farmland bird has suffered significant declines recently and is now a Red List species.

Curlews / Gylfinir

The curlew is the largest European wading bird, instantly recognisable on winter estuaries or summer moors by its long, downcurved bill, brown upperparts, long legs and evocative call. Enjoys worms & shrimps!

Goldfinches / Corn aur

The goldfinch is a highly coloured finch with a bright red face and yellow wing patch. Sociable, often breeding in loose colonies, they have a delightful liquid twittering song and call.

Swallows / Aderyn y gwenoliaid

Wagtail / Siglen

Ring Tailed Plover / Cwtiad cynffon cylch

Robin / Cochgam