Skomer is one of those fantastic places that should be high on the wishlist of any naturalist or bird lover
the place is, on a lovely July day, teeming with birds - especially puffins, thousands of which can be seen from distances of often less than a couple of meters, as well as several species of gulls (greater black-backed and herring gulls are the most obvious), gullimots, razorbills, and kittiwakes - as well as some ravens, jackdaws, a few choughs, wheatears etc.
Seals (harbour and common) can be seen in the water, and although we failed to spot any, rumor has it that porpoises and other cetaceans, as well as common lizards and slow worms are also abundant
a great, great, nature experience
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