Port Eynon Point

Port Eynon Point

Coastal HabitatSignificant HabitatBird and Wildlife WatchingMigration Zone

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Port Eynon Point consists of sea cliff, foreshore, limestone grassland, heathland, secondary ash woodland, and quarries.
The nature reserve is regionally important as a sea-watching site and particularly in January and February when red-throated and great northern divers can be seen. Also the end of July and early August at day break, large numbers of manx shearwater and gannet may be seen flying past and often there are large groups of common scoter off-shore.

Managed by the Wildlife Trust for South West Wales.

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