These pages will give the reader a very brief summary, both pictorial & written of the main birding sites in Glamorgan VC41. The summaries will include habitat details and OS refs. For a more detailed version the reader should cross reference with Birding in Glamorgan (Alan Rosney & Richard Smith. pub. 2009 by GBC).


Gower - Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Excellent for all Natural History. 
                         Mewslade Valley, good for migrants in autumn also cliff nesting species
                                                           Llangennith Moors
                               Salthouse looking at Whiteford Point. Excellent for waders
                              Worm's Head good for seawatching, breeding auks and migrants
The Worm showing the Crabbart at low tide
The cliffs at Horton, Gower good for passage migrants and lepidoptera