Birding Sites in Pembrokeshire
Click on a site name to find details of the location. Information on further sites, together with a number of articles on birding in Pembrokeshire and Species Accounts, can be found in the book "Birding in Pembrokeshire" by Jonathan Green (now one of the joint Bird Recorders for the County) and Owen Roberts. The book is available directly from Jon Green for £12.95 address Crud Yr Awel , Bowls Road, Blaenporth, Ceredigion SA43 2AR (cheques payable to J Green).
- Bosherston Ponds - Lakes, woodland and sand dunes near the coast.
- St Govan's - Cliffs, grassland and coastal scrub.
- Stack Rocks - Sea stacks with an impressive colony of sea birds.
- Carew - Castle, Mill Pond and Carew River
- Amroth & Wiseman's Bridge - Winter Scoter, Divers, Grebes and Mergansers
- Llys-y-fran - For wildfowl, gulls and woodland birds.
- Rosebush - The Preseli Hills and some of Pembrokeshire’s scarce
- Landshipping, Garron Pill and Lawrenny - Tidal mudflats, wildfowl & waders
The Angle Peninsular
Mid West Pembrokeshire
- Pembrokeshire's Islands - Sea Birds, migration, amazing scenery.
- Marloes Mere - Marsh and open water. Wildfowl and Birds of Prey
- St Ann's Head - Chough, Peregrine, migrants and seabirds
- Dale Airfield - Vagrant waders, Pipits, Lapland Buntings, Chough
- The Gann - Wildfowl. waders, Gulls
- Monkhaven / St Ishmaels - Woodland birds, wintering Chiffchaffs, Firecrests
- St Brides - Divers, Grebes, migration
St David's Area
- Porth Clais - For scarce and rare birds, early and late migrants
- St David's Head - Spectacular scenery, migrants and seabirds