Skokholm Island

Skokholm Island

Skokholm Island is a jewel in the sea, a magical place located off the south-west tip of Pembrokeshire.

It is home to an exciting diversity of flora, fauna and spectacular scenery. Set in a Marine Nature Reserve this island is part of a wildlife spectacle. Surrounded by reefs and rich seas the island supports an incredible diversity of wildlife, including thousands of puffins and Manx shearwaters, a large population of storm petrels, plus there are often some fascinating migrants passing through, as well as being covered in a stunning array of wild flowers and lichens.

SkokholmIn the seas around the island you can see Risso’s dolphins, harbour porpoise and Atlantic grey seals whilst a little further out larger cetaceans can be spotted. An incredible place to visit, truly a Dream Island. More detailed information about Skokholm Island is available. You can also download the Skokholm Seabird Report 2013 and the Skokholm Annual Report 2013.

The Friends of the Islands have been instrumental in the restoration work on the island over the last few years, both in terms of raising funds and the actual restoration work on the buildings.  It is now possible to buy the Dream Island DVD from our shop, which will help with the work on the island.

Please support our work on Skokholm Island

By becoming a member of the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales you will be supporting our work on the island of Skokholm. You will also be helping us with our work on our many other sites across south and west Wales. Please join us now, and as a thank you, you’ll receive free landing on neighbouring Skomer.

In Pembrokeshire we have 15 nature reserves including the significant reserve at Teifi Marshes.