First Pechora pipit ever in Wales


Pechora pipit

From the BBC:

Rare bird’s first Welsh sighting

Birdwatchers have been flocking to a Pembrokeshire nature reserve to see a species never recorded in Wales before.

A Pechora Pipit, which breeds in the Tundra of the far north of Asia, has caused a flurry of activity at Goodwick Moor near Fishguard.

Staff and volunteers at the Wildlife Trust-managed reserve estimate over 300 twitchers have travelled for a glimpse.

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