The Pembrokeshire Coast has some of the most unspoilt and spectacular coastline in the UK and was voted the second best coastal destination in the world by National Geographic. It is an area rich in wildlife and is designated as being internationally important for marine habitats and species.
These factsheets not only provide an amazing insight into the array of animals, plants and geology in Pembrokeshire but they also provide best practice and codes of conduct that will help you minimise your disturbance whilst out enjoying the coastline.
By buying this publication and following the codes of conduct you will help preserve and protect the marine wildlife that makes Pembrokeshire so special ensuring that future generations also have the same opportunity.
A puffin out to cause trouble with the opposition will yawn at the opponent as a warning.
The Atlantic grey seal has over 6cm thick blubber and a double fur coat to help cope with the cold. They are also deep divers and have been recorded at depths of 70m, but usually they feed in shallow costal waters.
Minke whales make very loud sounds, up to 152 decibels as loud as a jet taking off! They make a series of grunts, thuds, and raspy sounds, which possibly are used in communication with other minke whales and in echolocation of food.
The Peregrine Falcon is the is the fastest moving bird in the world reaching speeds of around 180kph(112mph) when diving after it's prey.