Welcome to Pembrokeshire Tourism
"I had the pleasure of following a Sparrow Hawk along a small narrow road situated just south/west of Pendine. I remained behind whilst it flew at no more that 18" above the ground. A check of my speedometer indicated that the Sparrow Hawk was travelling at 40 miles per hour. The ease of this wonderful bird in flight and at such speed is truly a wonderful sight."
A winter break will give you the opportunity to watch the wildfowl, waders and other water birds on the Teifi,Nevern, and Cleddua Rivers Great Northern Divers, Slavonian Grebes and little Egrets spring to mind. While Hen Harriers and Peregrines hunt accross the county large flocks of Lapwings and Golden Plovers will be seen passing over head.
A recent visitor to the Pembrokeshire Coarse fishery
Greater Spotted Woodpecker
Spotted Fly Catcher
The next 1section are unnamed please try identify them. at the bottom you will find a list of names which will help you!
Long Tail Tits.Willow Tit, Coal Tit, Great Tit,Wren, Nut Hatch, Robin