Magpie Moth, I saw this in the same part of the garden every morning
A little further on from the beach was the Blue Lagoon, a former slate quarry, which during the day was very busy with the coasteering and cliff jumping! The first time we walked here it was early evening and deserted apart from a young Wheatear at the bottom of the cliffs.
In the reeds behind Abereiddy beach we saw more Linnets and a small group of birds together which I finally confirmed as Common Whitethroat, an adult and possibly three or four young ones but they didn't stay out in the open for long.
We also saw this Beetle on it's back on a path nearby, it couldn't seem to turn over so I helped it get right side up again, i'm not sure what it is though, a Dor Beetle maybe? It looked like it had little shoes on!
Though you can't tell from the photo this mushroom was almost a foot high
Swallows were everywhere
We checked out Newgale beach along the coast, it was busy with people but so long there was enough space for everyone.
This clam kept opening and closing and with a wave ended up clinging to a piece of seaweed
The views from the garden were stunning, this was the sunset on our last evening
I've got a couple more posts to do including our day on Ramsey Island.