Category: Pembrokeshire News

Treasure Island – a swashbuckling family musical

Come and join us for a day of pirate antics on Sunday 30 June, ranging from BBQs, arts and crafts, theatre workshop and finishing with

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Cetti's Warbler by Mark S Jobling

An increased population of Cetti’s Warblers at Teifi Marshes?

This year Teifi Marshes appears to have witnessed a welcome increase in its population of Cetti’s warblers. A small dark brown warbler with short wings

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Help afoot at Teifi Marshes for threatened Barns Owls.

With its distinctive “moon” face glowing white, a pale underside and light brown wings the Barn Owl is an unforgettable sight for anyone lucky enough

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willow badger

Giant Badger at Teifi Marshes Nature Reserve

Many of you will be aware that over the last few months talented willow weaver, Michelle Cain, has been creating a giant sculpture up at

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Common blue butterfly

Pembrokeshire’s Wildlife

Gardens can offer a fantastic biodiversity resource. They provide stepping stones in urban areas which can be used by mobile species to move between suitable areas

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Teifi Marsh

Mapping our wildlife in west Wales

A new study has investigated the character and opportunities for wildlife in the countryside surrounding the town of Cardigan. The study was undertaken by the

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Gatekeeper butterfly by Margaret Holland

Pembrokeshire Garden Survey!

Welcome to Pembrokeshire Biodivesity Partnerships’s Garden Wildlife Survey which aims to discover the hidden wildlife in Pembrokeshire. The Partnership cannot achieve this alone, so we

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Puffin at sea

The Puffins Come Home

On Skokholm and Skomer Islands this time of year is always waited for with bated breath for this is when the many thousands of birds

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Alice Returns to Skokholm

Anyone who has visited the beautiful island of Skokholm, off the Pembrokeshire coast, will know who Alice is. She guards the Wheelhouse, one of the

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Buffalo at Teifi

Beasts of the Western Wild Return

Water Buffalo are hardly a sight you would expect to see at a Welsh nature reserve, but a herd has been successfully introduced at Teifi

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Grass snake by David Chamberlain

Amphibians and reptiles get a helping hand

Dowrog Common, a 242 acre nature reserve just outside St Davids in Pembrokeshire, has recently benefitted from funding to implement a network of new ponds

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Pelagic Sea Tours

Fantastic Opportunity to Spot Marine Wildlife

Mid Pembrokeshire Group and Pembrokeshire Bird Group of the WTSWW are again combining this year to carry out three pelagic trips from Neyland on the

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