The Dyfi Estuary is located on Cardigan Bay, in the
west of Wales. The estuary forms part of the boundary between Gwynedd
and Ceredigion. The area is designated a Special Protection Area (SPA)
for the conservation of wild birds. The area comprises the estuary and
adjoining saltmarsh and includes sandbanks, mudflats, peat bogs, river
channels, meanders and creeks. The estuary is an established feeding
ground for large numbers of Dunlin, Oystercatcher, Sanderling, Manx
Shearwater and Terns.
Review Dyfi Estuary.