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According to the book, it's a little off its range, but I don't think it can be anything but.
Nice pictures, too.
I nearly added a note to that effect. It caused a bit of a stir on the local bird site. I seem to recall seeing a suggestion that some of that year's birds had been blown in from a more westerly location (Greenland?)than the UK's normal N. European visitors, which might account for it being on the S Wales coast and for being very confiding.
It had been there for 3 or 4 days before I saw it and apparently hung around for a while after too. I'm only an occasional "twitcher" and was not actually looking for it. I knew one had been reported but had been on the coast looking for waders. On my way home I spotted a group of birders/photographers who had clearly seen something interesting so went to see what and was quite surprised to see this happily feeding on the ground less than 5m away!
I've just noticed the "Confidence" is "can't be certain". I meant to check "as sure as I can be" and thought I had.
Lat/Lng: 51.5021428, -3.7403303
OS grid ref: SS793795