Monday, 15 April 2019

Celtic Deep Sea Safari

Lyndon Lomax is again arranging boat trips in 2019 to view the wildlife in the Celtic Deep. Four dates are planned, departing from Neyland Marina
June 22nd:   July 15th:   August 22nd;   September 23rd

We will be looking for all types of marine wildlife - Birds - Seals - Jelly Fish - Cetaceans.  Our boat has a toilet, cabin, and superb visibility for watching and photography

For further details information and/or to reserve a place contact Lyndon Lomax on 01437 721859 or at

The total cost is £60 which includes a Non returnable Payment

Saturday, 23 February 2019

Wader id with Clive Hurford

Clive Hurford’s planned Wader walk on January 27th. was cancelled due to very poor weather conditions. Clive has now rescheduled it for  March 10th., details as below.
Meet at West Angle Beach car park at 09:00 on Sunday 10th March.  Clive anticipates that we will be out from about 09:00-12:00, weather permitting of course. . Bring some warm clothing and appropriate refreshments. Binoculars will be essential and if you have a telescope then do bring that along too.

To let Clive know that you’re coming, you can email or telephone 07788 723209.
Fingers crossed for good weather this time!

Sec Pembs Bird Group

Tuesday, 4 December 2018

Conference and AGM

The Minutes of the AGM held on Nov. 25th. and a report on the Bird Conference are now available on the "Events" tab on this blog.

The Pembrokeshire Diary talk, as given by Bob Haycock, is available as a PDF here

Monday, 1 October 2018

Pembrokeshire Bird Conference November 25th 2018

Bookings are now open for the 2018 Pembs Bird Conference. Full details of this event are below together with instructions on how to book. The "Conference Booking 2018" tab is on the second line of the options at the top of the page. You may need to download the form before printing.

This promises to be yet another extremely good day, so make sure to get your booking in early!

Friday, 16 June 2017

Great Bird Reserves - Skomer Island

The May edition of "British Birds" includes a really fascinating article on Skomer Island National Nature Reserve by David Saunders (the first Skomer warden in the early 1960s) and Stephen Sutcliffe (warden there from 1986 to 1994). 

If you already subscribe to BB then you will already have absorbed the article and hopefully enjoyed the read. If not, then it can be found in British Birds volume 110, May 2017, pages 278–295 - it's a really interesting article by two of Pembrokeshire's foremost Skomer aficionados.

Monday, 5 January 2015

Pembrokeshire Bird List

Mike Young-Powell, assisted by Bob Haycock and Graham Rees has produced a definitive "Pembrokeshire Bird List", detailing the 373 species recorded in Pembrokeshire up to the end of 2013. It also details the status of each species within Pembrokeshire.

You will find the List on the "Reports" page of the blog.

We hope that this list will be useful not only to local birders, but will also be a valuable source of information for visiting birders

Peter Royle