Latest sightings

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)
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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)

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)

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
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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

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

Stories at Sea: Storytelling boat trip with Jackie Morris and Nicola Davies
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Stories at Sea: Storytelling boat trip with @jackiemorrisartist And @nicolakidsbooks . Both Jackie and Nicola love crafting stories that help children and adults to engage with wild places and wild creatures; join them both for a magical journey around the Island of Ramsey. Travel across Ramsey Sound, away from the mainland and into the wild, where seals, birds and enchantment, woven around the beautiful coastline in story and song. Nicola Davies is a multi award winning author. Her book ‘The Promise’, illustrated by Laura Carlin, won the Green Earth Book award and was one of the New York times top ten picture books of the year. She is a Trustee of conservation organisation the World Land Trust and sings in a duo, Pangolin. Jackie Morris is also multi award winner, both for her illustrations and her words. Her books, illustrations and art, reflect her deep love of the natural world, and the magic that connects us to it through myth and story. Her many books include: ‘The Seal Children’ set on the coast near her Pembrokeshire home, a tale of mythical beings, selkies, that walk as humans and swim as seals; Something About a Bear is on the Greenaway shortlist. Both Jackie and Nicola love crafting stories that help children and adults to engage with wild places and wild creatures; join them both for a magical journey around the Island of Ramsey. Travel across Ramsey Sound, away from the mainland and into the wild, where seals, birds and enchantment, woven around the beautiful coastline in story and song. This is a rare appearance by two of the UK’s leading authors, with a small, intimate audience. The session will be 1.5 hours at £60 a head, at 15:30 on May 28th.

Stories at Sea: Storytelling boat trip with @jackiemorrisartist And @nicolakidsbooks . Both Jackie and Nicola love crafting stories that help children and adults to engage with wild places and wild creatures; join them both for a magical journey around the Island of Ramsey. Travel across Ramsey Sound, away from the mainland and into the wild, where seals, birds and enchantment, woven around the beautiful coastline in story and song.

Nicola Davies is a multi award winning author. Her book ‘The Promise’, illustrated by Laura Carlin, won the Green Earth Book award and was one of the New York times top ten picture books of the year. She is a Trustee of conservation organisation the World Land Trust and sings in a duo, Pangolin.

Jackie Morris is also multi award winner, both for her illustrations and her words. Her books, illustrations and art, reflect her deep love of the natural world, and the magic that connects us to it through myth and story. Her many books include: ‘The Seal Children’ set on the coast near her Pembrokeshire home, a tale of mythical beings, selkies, that walk as humans and swim as seals; Something About a Bear is on the Greenaway shortlist.

Both Jackie and Nicola love crafting stories that help children and adults to engage with wild places and wild creatures; join them both for a magical journey around the Island of Ramsey. Travel across Ramsey Sound, away from the mainland and into the wild, where seals, birds and enchantment, woven around the beautiful coastline in story and song.

This is a rare appearance by two of the UK’s leading authors, with a small, intimate audience. The session will be 1.5 hours at £60 a head, at 15:30 on May 28th.