Busy today but managed to call in briefly at 10:00 hours, grey with a thin mist just clearing. Scoped the east bank from west of the pool and I initially dismissed the above as a golden plover but thought no it looks too big. It's the first record for the pool and it appears to be the most northerly record for the shire. The bird was still there when I left, feeding on the east bank, also dunlin, common sandpiper together with all the usual suspects. There is a growing expanse of mud at Llwyn-onn, just common sandpiper today but something may turn up. At Llangasty; dunlin and a common sandpiper.