Birdwatchers from all over the UK are attracted to Pembrokeshire by the prospect
of seeing large numbers of breeding seabirds, of finding the Chough and of locating
rarities which often drop in to the headlands and islands.
There is good documentation available covering birds and birdwatching in Pembrokeshire
- The yearly sightings are documented in the “Pembrokeshire Bird Report”. This is
now published on line and is available for download HERE
- A taxonomic list of all birds seen in Pembrokeshire can be found halfway down this
- Between 2003 and 2007 a great deal of field-work was carried out by volunteers
and this resulted in the production of the “Atlas of Breeding Birds in Pembrokeshire”.
- The book “Birding in Pembrokeshire” published in 2004 is very comprehensive
- In addition a complete Pembrokeshire avifauna is currently being produced.
For links to may of these publications and for all the latest sightings look at the
Pembrokeshire Bird Blog Pembrokeshire Birds.
The same website also has a links to descriptions of Pembrokeshire Birding Sites.
BIRDWATCHING IN MARLOES AND ST BRIDES
There are many excellent birdwatching sites in this small area. Click on these links
to see details: