Visit Pembrokeshire Birds to share sightings in Pembrokeshire.

About 40 local birders signed up to Pembrokeshire Birds, around a dozen contribute on a regular basis. The blog currently receives around a thousand hits a day and Pembrokeshire Birds is regularly monitored for sightings by the national bird news services.

Check out the recent bird sightings, sometimes with photos. Reports also come from the islands – Ramsey, Skomer, Grassholm, Skokholm.

Recent sightings include Dunlin, Curlew, Sandpiper, Little Egret, choughs, Great Skua.  Just check out their website.

Richard Dobbins has helped to run the blog for many years. A very experienced birder he sits on the Welsh Rarities Panel and rings extensively in the UK with the Teifi Ringing Group and overseas.

Recently Mike Young-Powell has joined the team to help in responding to the many queries and reports which the blog receives. Mike is a keen patch birder and spends much time birding in the UK and overseas.



Chough,Treginnis headland, St Davids, Wales