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Things to do

Nature & Birdwatching

There is always something going on in the bird world here in Pembrokeshire. With a wonderfully rich landscape for resident and visiting birds it’s always best to have your binoculars with you. Whether walking the coast path taking in the sea birds or exploring the Teifi Marshes with it's Kingfishers, Waders and Warblers of all descriptions this is a paradise for bird lovers.

Nature Walks, Wildlife Art, Creative Writing & Poetry Classes

07796 081602

We are extremely lucky to have Ecologist and Artist Steve Halton living in Moylegrove and we have enjoyed a number of his wonderful nature walks – always full of fascinating information about the amazing nature that surrounds us.

Steve has a passion for nature, wildlife, landscapes and art. After degrees in Fine Art (Wildlife Illustration) and Ecology he has worked professionally in ecology all his working life and spent some time working as Assistant Warden on Skokholm Island just South of us in Pembrokeshire.

Steve leads walks, gives talks and teaches drawing, art and writing outdoors where it really matters, in all weathers and on all subjects and for everyone!  

If you would like a walk along the Pembrokeshire coast, its woods and hills to see the wildlife, to draw outside or to simply sit quietly to be in nature with a sense of mindfulness and meditation then please get in touch with him.

Skomer Island

No dogs allowed

Visit famous Skomer Island with it’s colonies of migratory birds including burrowing Puffins (40,000) and Manx Shearwaters (250,000). We had the most amazing day trip this year.  Day tickets must be purchased in advance using the online booking system. Numbers are limited to 250 each day to prevent erosion and disturbance to the islands wildlife, so booking early is advisable to avoid disappointment. Wisit their website using the link below to book your ticket.

The Welsh Wildlife Centre and the Teifi Marshes

Dogs on leads welcome

We are so lucky to have this amazing resource right on our doorstep. Discover the wonders of nature at the centre and Teifi Marshes Nature Reserve. With regular sightings of kingfisher, otter and wading birds, Teifi marshes is home to some of the most wonderful flora and fauna in the UK. With a diversity of habitats to explore, activities to do and of course, scrumptious food to eat at the Glasshouse Café, you’ll have a great day out. Suitable for all ages.

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