Wildife and Bird Watching in Pembrokeshire
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Recent Pembrokeshire news
- Protected Areas are key hotspots to help wildlife adapt to Climate Change'
- Britain's only resident orca pod – No breeding for 20 years
- Scientist spends 40 years studying Skomer Island’s seabirds
- Welsh Government launches Badger TB vaccination programme
- New habitat created for Endangered Southern damselfly in Pembrokeshire
- Balloons and dog poo in bags are major issues on Britain’s beaches
- Welsh Assembly abandons badger cull in favour of vaccination programme
- Wales is home to 13 new sea sponge species
- Unusual behaviour in Welsh dolphins
- Armed police crackdown on poachers - In Wales
- 21 Fin whales spotted in Irish Sea
More Pembrokeshire news
- Skokholm open for overnight stays
- Fine weather brings desert dragonflies to Britain
- First ospreys arrive back in the UK
- Welsh Assembly relaunches badger cull
- Surprising number of Sea slugs off Wales
- Rare vagrant emperor dragonfly found in Pembrokeshire
- Major new wildlife exhibition launched in London
- Harbour porpoise and Bottlenose dolphin most common sightings in UK Whale and Dolphin Watch
- A day in the life of..........Sea Watch Foundation Sightings Officer
- Are Sea eagles coming back to Suffolk? Vote on what you think should happen
- £20 million whale watching industry in Scotland threatened by Norwegian whaling?
Best activity book of the year
Summer is here, we have warm weather, and the beach is beckoning. A swim, build a couple of sandcastles, a bit of beach cricket, but what to do next?
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Great British Marine Animals - 3rd EditionMany people think of the waters around Great Britain as cold, grey and fairly lifeless. This book will put you right (though noone can argue about the water temperature).
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The Gannets of Grassholm Island
Gannets have now colonised the island in huge numbers. Grassholm covers only 22 acres and there are at least 60,000 Gannets plus their chicks, as well as small colonies of Guillemots, Razorbills, Kittiwakes and Shags.