The Welsh Islands and the nearby countryside are beautiful. You can see unique wildlife here. This is the best place to spot puffins, dolphins, and other wildlife. Here is a guide for viewing the wildlife in Welsh Islands.
You can cruise around the island during spring or early summer with Seacoast Safaris and watch guillemots, eider ducks, cormorants, and razorbills. You will love the journey and the beautiful scenery of the island.
Bardsey Island Boat Trips
Families of lobster fishermen living on the island offer day trip to Bardsey from the beautiful village of Aberdaron. On your boat trip, you can watch seals, dolphins, and seabirds. You can also hear the island’s maritime history from the fishermen.
Black grouse watching
Black grouse is a rare species, and you can spot them in the Clwydian Range and Dee Valley AONB. The birds are charismatic, and during their breeding season, you can get a guided walk to see these birds.
Dolphin watching in Cardigan Bay
You can go on amazing dolphin-watching cruises from New Quay. Researchers from the Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre may accompany you on the full-day trip to collect data on dolphins or observe the dolphin’s behaviours.
Parc Slip wildlife walks
The Parc Slip is the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales. The wetlands and meadows of this nature reserve are home to more than a thousand wildlife species. You can go on guided walks and visit the visitor centre for butterflies, dragonflies, moths, and birds.
This is home to the Arctic, puffins, and kittiwakes. Apart from viewing the wildlife, you can visit caves and sea cliffs. You can go to the South Stack to view sea birds in the RSPB reserve.
These are some of the best places to view wildlife in the Welsh Islands. You can get lots of tour operators who will be willing to take you on a guided tour to these outstanding places.