Ringed Plover breeding on cliff top,--In mid-June 1962 D . Carr, R, M. Lockley and I found a pair of Ringed Plovers {Charadrim hiaiicula) breeding on top of St. Govan's Head, Pembrokeshire, within a hundred yards of the cliff edge. The site was a fairly large expanse of firm sand and rocky outcrops between which were small patches of short grass. The cliffs there are just over 130 feet high and the...

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