Finally got to see lots of the cliff-nesting birds, sometimes at eye-level, and lots of Razorbills flying to and fro, floating on the sea. Regularly saw Grey Seals having a nose, and a pair of Choughs again.
|Ramsey Island boat route|
Boat was rockin' so we just sprayed-and-prayed with the cameras.
|Rush hour in Pembrokeshire|
|Bloody-nosed Beetle, saw these everywhere|
|Pair of Guillemot|
|Kittiwakes on nests|
|Curious Grey Seal|
|Colony of Guillemot|
|Pair of Chough|
With an afternoon left to soak up, we went round to Caerfai Bay, starting at Caer Bwdy Bay, to see what we could see. Very rocky shoreline, covered in weeds. The tide was slowly coming back in. Lots of gulls flying past the cliffs. Very lush, green vegetation covered in caterpillars but way too hot under the sun again. We came across a thick clump of Oxeye Daisies on the way back.
|Caerfai Bay route|
|Lush vegetation leading to rocky Caer Bwdy Bay|
|Waiting for birds, but tide's coming in|
|Photographing rocks, it's something to do|
|Lots of weed in Caer Bwdy Bay|
|Lots of purple rocks in Caer Bwdy Bay|
|Herring Gull on rock|
|Waves on rocks|
|Linnet on Foxglove|
|Buckled rock formations forming an arch|