A few shots from a walk along Pennard Cliffs on the Gower Peninsula on Saturday.
Here's the scene, looking west along the cliffs towards the distant Oxwich Bay:
I soon happened upon a pair of Choughs, feeding on the short clifftop turf. As I was preparing to sneak up to them for that award-winning shot, a walker appeared, and off they flew, so I had to be content with this cropped picture:
A couple of photos of Choughs flying overhead:
A pair of Cormorants flying close to the cliffs:
I found a small colony of Fulmars:
Finally, a flyover Raven:
Only other birds of note seen were a Kestrel that flew past several times, and a single Stonechat - the first I've seen on Gower for a while, so I guess they must have suffered from the past three hard winters.