Tuesday, 10 May 2016

Birdwatching Conduct

It appears that some birdwatchers visiting Marloes Mere and Trehill Farm for the Dotterels and Golden Oriole have trespasssed onto farmland, damaging crops and leaving gates open. This has, understandably, upset the farmer, whose goodwill has been enjoyed by many in the past. Everyone wants to see superb birds like these but it is important that we all respect private land  and also challenge those who behave badly and thereby threaten good relations with sympathetic landowners here in Pembrokeshire.

Mike Young-Powell and Richard Dobbins on behalf of Pembrokeshire Birds