Repost from @theshedporthgain using @RepostRegramApp – Pod of dolphins this morning’s trip with Falcon Boats @falcon_boats @theshedporthgain #pembrokeshire #sea #coast #amazing
Repost from @slightly_salty_ using @RepostRegramApp – Some days are real tough. My job sucks. NAAAAT. Hanging out with common dolphin and minke whale… This calf is so young it’s still got its foetal folds. Another great day with @falcon_boats
We had such a dreamy trip this evening. The water was glassy and so, so clear, there were seals a plenty, harbour porpoise, razorbills, guillemots, kittiwake, buzzards, chough and a peregrine falcon. A perfect way to spend the evening. #AWildlifeExperience
A duckling update for you all:
The little duckling was taken up to the local vets house and put on (not in) the aga to warm up. She is doing well and will hopefully go to live with some ducking friends soon.
Thanks @ellab96 for the 📷.
The name of our company, Falcon Boats, is inspired by a peregrine falcon that Ffion rescued from the water at Ramsey and rehabbed for 8 months before releasing the bird into the wild.
This evening, seems she is up to her old bird nabbing antics and has found a ducking in Ramsey Sound! Taking it home Ffi?
Another beautiful day exploring Ramsey in the sunshine #AWildlifeExperience
We still have spaces on our first offshore trip of the year on Friday. On this fantastic trip we will take you to Grassholm Island, home of over 80,000 gannets and out into the nutrient rich waters of the Celtic Deep on the search for cetaceans such as common dolphin, rissos dolphin, harbour porpoise and pilot whales.
Come and join us on Friday the 27th. For more info, please visit our website (link in bio)
A sea urchin that we saw at St Justinians today, how cool. It’s always amazing to see the marine life that is usually below the surface #AWildlifeExperience
More beautiful puffins from our trip to Skomer on Friday #AWildlifeExperience
Comb jelly: Beroe Cucumis, or as we call them, sea gooseberries. We saw plenty of these in the waters around Ramsey today, which means the water is starting to warm up and the plankton is starting to bloom. Comb jellies actively feed on plankton, moving by beating the plated that make up the combs on their bodies. As they beat the plates, they refract light leading to the colours of the rainbow running up and down their bodies. Quite cool little jellies #AWildlifeExperience