There's a huge variety of wildlife that call the Welsh coastline home for at least part of the year. Here's a brief selection of what you might encounter, with a bit of luck.
Stackpole's home to all kinds of creatures, from the infamous otters to the largest colony of greater horseshoe bats in Wales.
Our Ceredigion ranger Gwen Potter reflects on a summer full of butterfly displays, surprising tree antics and wildlife wins in the meadows.
Hay meadows, important grassland habitats, over recent years, have faced national decline. In Ceredigion we’ve been working to restore our meadows as part of the 'Save our Magnificent Meadows' project.
Pembrokeshire has some of the largest expanses of coastal heathland in Britain; discover how we’re helping the habitat flourish at Marloes.
Enjoy both stunning coastal scenery and the delicious premium quality beef it brings, thanks to the Cig Tir Comin – Pembrokeshire Heathland Beef scheme.
What sounds most evoke memories of your seaside experiences? Whether it's fairgrounds, ferries or fulmars, we need your help to create the UK’s first ever coastal sound map.