Visiting Ramsey Island
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Bought by the RSPB in 1992, Ramsey Island is a truly spectacular island nature reserve, lying just one mile off the north Pembrokeshire coast. At nearly 120m (400 ft) the western cliffs are among the highest in Wales. They are home to Ravens, Peregrines and Buzzards. In spring, Guillimots, Razorbills, Fulmars, Kittiwakes and Shags come to nest too. Choughs also breed on these cliffs, seeking out deep fissures and caves in which to build their nests.
On arrival at Ramsey Island you are met by an RSPB warden in the display room who will give you an introductory talk about the island. You will then be given a small map of the island, you are now free to explore the island at your leisure.
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Ramsey Island RSPB Nature Reserve
Telephone: 01437 721721
Ramsey Island is accessed via boat find more information at Thousand Island Expeditions
Guided walk around Ramsey with the RSPB warden to explore the beautifully wild and rugged island nature reserve of Ramsey with its lovely flowers, ferns and heathers, dramatic scenery, Atlantic grey seal colony and a wealth of resident and migrating birds.
Adult RSPB memb £13.00
Child RSPB Memb £6.50