I checked out the mud at Llwyn-onn yesterday at 1600 hours; common sandpiper, black-headed gull[juv] and goosander[fam 4] were probably the best. Also a large party of pied wagtail[juv 10] distant, flighty and utilising most of the north end mud. One bird constantly stood out with brown mantle and looks possible for juv yellow wagtail, what do you reckon. Bird was still present today but even more distant, north-east bank, south of bird hide feeding amongst canada geese. Tim Griffiths, the Gwent Ranger, had a single Greenshank on the mud the other week, I missed it! Not much on Rhaslas; occasional curlew, lapwing and common sandpiper the last couple of days. Sorry about pic, distant, heavily cropped and intense light, honest.