Welsh Angels, by Hannah Rudd

Within the past week scientists have observed one of the worlds rarest sharks alive and well off the Welsh coast. Prior to these observations, it was believed that the Canary Islands were the last remaining stronghold of angelsharks globally, yet recent evidence suggests that they have a secret refuge in Welsh waters. So what exactly…

Cetaceans on the Northumbrian coast

Yesterday I experienced something new and otherworldly: discovering a new side to my home county – Northumberland, for those who haven’t yet guessed – on a ten-hour trip into the North Sea with Northern Experience Wildlife Tours. The trip delivering a surreal experience as, at long last, I was able to get up close and…

Seabird Watching Guide

Please note that this is a sponsored guest blog by the wonderful people at Kennedy Wild Bird Food. The UK’s coast is home to some of the world’s biggest and best seabird colonies. For a few months every spring and summer, the coast is flooded by seabirds returning to their colonies where they occupy every…