Sunday, 15 January 2012

For those that didn't know...

Strumble Head is at the tip of the Pen Caer peninsula about 5 miles west of Fishguard.It has a very nice & photogenic lighthouse & is part of the famous Pembs Coast Path.
More importantly it has a World War 2 lookout which is now used as a observation point for logging the passage of migrating seabirds that pass up & down the west coast of Wales throughout the year , principally in autumn.
The purpose of this site is to report any daily count of birds seen passing the lookout.
Various Cetaceans & other interesting animals & large fish pass by , these will be reported as well.
The " Other stuff " , Any interesting local Fishguard birding & stuff from any trips abroad.