Wildlife Blog

  • Gargling guillemots & legless lizards: The life of a long term Skomer volunteerGargling guillemots & legless lizards: The life of a long term Skomer volunteer
    A brief introduction about myself – after realising a few years ago that I wanted to pursue a career in ecology, I studied a Masters in Biodiversity & Conservation. I’m thrilled to have this opportunity to gain some practical experience in the field. Having previously done some research on gannets in Scotland, I’m particularly eager ...
  • Help Hedgehogs Prepare for Hibernation!Help Hedgehogs Prepare for Hibernation!
    Autumn is a truly magical time of year when nature is at its most colorful. Leaves turn into a mosaic of golds, reds and oranges; sunsets are breathtaking and woodland carpets produce an array of fabulous fungi. It’s also a good time to experience and help wildlife in our gardens! In this article we are focusing ...
  • Birding Success at Teifi Marshes!Birding Success at Teifi Marshes!
    This year has seen a real success for a number of species at Teifi Marshes nature reserve. What with the dry, sunny and warm months of April and May, the benefits have been seen with a few key bird species on the reserve. Kingfishers have been most bountiful with one photo catching 6 individuals on a ...
  • A View of the Bay (week 8)A View of the Bay (week 8)
    Living Seas volunteer Andy usually spends his time conducting Dolphin Watch surveys for Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre however, due to COVID-19 all our research work from CBMWC has been put on hold. He is lucky enough to live in a flat overlooking New Quay Bay and has spent lockdown wildlife watching from his home. Another pretty ...
  • A View of the Bay (week 7)A View of the Bay (week 7)
    Living Seas volunteer Andy usually spends his time conducting Dolphin Watch surveys for Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre however, due to COVID-19 all our research work from CBMWC has been put on hold. He is lucky enough to live in a flat overlooking New Quay Bay and has spent lockdown wildlife watching from his home.So, what a ...
  • A View of the Bay (week 6)A View of the Bay (week 6)
    Living Seas volunteer Andy usually spends his time conducting Dolphin Watch surveys for Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre however, due to COVID-19 all our research work from CBMWC has been put on hold. He is lucky enough to live in a flat overlooking New Quay Bay and has spent lockdown wildlife watching from his home.So, what a ...
  • A View of the Bay (week 5)A View of the Bay (week 5)
    Living Seas volunteer Andy usually spends his time conducting Dolphin Watch surveys for Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre however, due to COVID-19 all our research work from CBMWC has been put on hold. He is lucky enough to live in a flat overlooking New Quay Bay and has spent lockdown wildlife watching from his home.So, what a ...
  • A View of the Bay (week 4)A View of the Bay (week 4)
    Living Seas volunteer Andy usually spends his time conducting Dolphin Watch surveys for Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre however, due to COVID-19 all our research work from CBMWC has been put on hold. He is lucky enough to live in a flat overlooking New Quay Bay and has spent lockdown wildlife watching from his home.So, what a ...
  • A View of the Bay (week 3)A View of the Bay (week 3)
    Living Seas volunteer Andy usually spends his time conducting Dolphin Watch surveys for Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre however, due to COVID-19 all our research work from CBMWC has been put on hold. He is lucky enough to live in a flat overlooking New Quay Bay and has spent lockdown wildlife watching from his home. Well what ...
  • A View of the Bay (week 2)A View of the Bay (week 2)
    Living Seas volunteer Andy usually spends his time conducting Dolphin Watch surveys for Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre however, due to COVID-19 all our research work from CBMWC has been put on hold. He is lucky enough to live in a flat overlooking New Quay Bay and has spent lockdown wildlife watching from his home. Hello again here ...
  • A View of the BayA View of the Bay
    Living Seas volunteer Andy usually spends his time conducting Dolphin Watch surveys for Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre however, due to COVID-19 all our research work from CBMWC has been put on hold. He is lucky enough to live in a flat overlooking New Quay Bay and has spent lockdown wildlife watching from his home. Hello ...
  • Help Wildlife Survive this WinterHelp Wildlife Survive this Winter
    There are little things that we can all do this winter to ensure that the colder season is easier for our local wildlife friends. Here are a few suggestions… Pop out bird feeders full of delicious seeds Floating a tennis ball in a pond, or source of water, will prevent it from freezing over Let your ...