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St Ann's Head Pembrokeshire

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Species
Common Whitethroat
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John Freeman
Date
01 May 2015
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Site Location Details

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Site Details

Headland to the south of Dale. High rocky cliffs with coastal path running along the top. Inland fields and heathland. Good site for all typical Pembrokeshire coastal birds including Choughs, Peregrines and Ravens.

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Directions

Small lane runs from Dale to St Ann's Head. Otherwise take coastal path in circular route from Dale around the headland and back into Dale.

Access

Coastal footpath.

Parking

60p to park car in Dale.

Key Areas / Routes

All good with some panoramic views in places and out to sea. Best area between Watwick Bay (SM817041) and Great Castle Head (SM797056).

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