The Cemlyn Bay tern colony is on a small island in the brackish lagoon behind the pebble beach.
The RSPB have roped off the top section to protect the ground nesting birds from the plodding feet of tourists but there is still a good vantage point for those with bins and scopes.
As well as the terns Ringed Plovers, Black-headed Gulls and Oystercatchers breed here.
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World Bird Wednesday XXXII