Category: Skokholm Island


Shear brilliance for Pembrokeshire’s islands!

Manx Shearwater by Dave Boyle Three small islands off the coast of Pembrokeshire are flying high this month, as the latest seabird census results indicate …

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Grey Phalarope sitting on the sea

Skomer Island Update and Migrant Bird Sightings – October 2018

After an extremely busy and successful season on Skomer, we’ve now only got four people left on the island; Sylwia and Nathan – the new …

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Skokholm Volunteers digging out the sediment at North Pond

Have you been to Skokholm yet?

Our dream island is located two miles off the south west Pembrokeshire coast and is the perfect remote getaway for any wildlife enthusiast! We currently …

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Manx Shearwater. Photo Annette Fayet

Grounded Manx Shearwaters

The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales and researchers from Oxford University are asking residents of Wales to look out for one of our …

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Skokholm from the air by Lucy Griffiths

Dream Island Getaway

Fancy a last minute getaway to a dream island off the coast of Pembrokeshire? We’ve still got a few spaces left for a beautifully wild …

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Spectacular red sandstone cliffs of Skokholm Island

Skokholm Breaks this spring

Lying in the Celtic Sea two miles off the south west Pembrokeshire coast is Skokholm Island. This beautiful and wild island has its own charm …

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Bird ringing on Skokholm

What’s been happening on Skokholm…

We’ve been blogging about our antics on Skokholm Island this month and have chosen a few of the best bits for you to read below… …

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Red Sandstone Cliffs - Mike Alexander

Skokholm Island News

A few updates from Skokholm Island… 30th June: With only the five staff left on the Island it was a perfect opportunity to give everything …

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Robson Green on Skokholm

You may have been aware that The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales were lucky enough to host Robson Green and the crew from …

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The New Petrel Station on Skokholm Island has the Team all Fueled Up

The Wildlife Trust’s islands, Skokholm and Skomer, are home to Wales’ most mysterious sea bird, the European Storm Petrel. The wardens on Skokholm Island have …

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Centenary Celebration for Pembrokeshire Lighthouse

2016 sees the one hundredth year of operation for the lighthouse situated at the south western corner of Skokholm Island, off the coast of Pembrokeshire. …

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Skokholm in August

Seen here are some of the Skokholm Warden’s daily blog entries. The full blog can be found here. 7th August The highlight of a gloriously …

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