|Port Eynon Point to Horton|
The area is dominated by caravan sites and the beach. Parking is available at either Port Eynon or Horton, cost is currently unknown. There are cafes and a shop in Port Eynon, public toilets are available at each carpark.
Port Eynon point is an excellent sea watching spot with numerous sea birds and cetaceans being seen. The dunes, paths and tracks between the two sites are normally full of wildlife but can take some spotting.
Arctic Skua, Barn Swallow, Black-headed Gull, Blackbird, Blackcap, Blue Tit, Bullfinch, Buzzard, Carrion Crow, Chaffinch, Chiffchaff, Chough, Common Gull, Common Tern, Cormorant, Dartford Warbler, Dunnock, Fulmar, Gannet, Goldfinch, Grasshopper Warbler, Great Tit, Greenfinch, Guillemot, Herring Gull, House Martin, House Sparrow, Jackdaw, Kestrel, Lesser Whitethroat, Linnet, Magpie, Manx Shearwater, Meadow Pipit, Pied Wagtail, Purple Sandpiper, Raven, Razorbill, Red-throated Diver, Robin, Sand Martin, Sanderling, Sandwich Tern, Shag, Shelduck, Song Thrush, Starling, Stonechat, Wheatear, Whitethroat, Willow Warbler, Woodpigeon, Wren
Fox, Grey Seal, Harbour Porpoise, Rabbit, Risso's Dolphin,
Adder, Common Lizard, Slow Worm
Comma, Common Blue, Large White, Orange Tip, Peacock, Red Admiral, Small Tortoiseshell, Speckled Wood
|Last Updated on Friday, 09 July 2010 09:38|