RSPB Ramsey Island – Wales

Here are a few shots of the wildlife I encountered during a two hour boat trip around Ramsey Island, located 1 km off the coast of St David’s Peninsula in Pembrokeshire, Wales.   A RSPB nature reserve, it is home to ravens, peregrines, choughs and buzzards.   During spring guillemots, razorbills, fulmars, kittiwakes and shags come to nest, however by the time I visited the island the cliffs were empty, leading to somewhat limited photographic opportunities .

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