Living Seas Wales
Hello Jen! Thank you so much for your Sea Story! We think that this is a bull huss (you may also hear them being called nursehound or greater spotted dogfish!). They are very similar to the lesser spotted catshark and although its quite hard to differentiate when they are on the beach like this we think due to the pattern that this is a bull huss!
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I can’t tell you how much I enjoy your updates – they are more important than ever now! Not just that, they’re so entertaining + interesting. Thank you SO much.
Housebound in Wrexham. 🙁
Thank you for your lovely feedback Georgina! We’re going to continue sharing and engaging in whatever way we can throughout this challenging period!
Stay safe, and keep in touch!
The Living Seas Team 🙂
I miss the smell, sound and sight of the sea so much, can’t wait for the 5 mile restriction to be extended far enough to take my kayak out once again too – I live 12 miles away from the coast and complying though hard during the sunny weather we have just enjoyed!
Hello Steve, Interesting, I have had two Orca winter sightings in Pembrokeshire. Off Ricketts head when I was looking through a large Scoter flock, an adult male Orca surfaced amongst a group of Scoter, it appeared to take some. The birds for miles around went ‘mad’ and took to flight. That helped the bird watching as I then picked out both Scaup and Velvet Scoter That was on 15/2/2002. The other was off the Fishguard outer breakwater on a Mid Pembrokeshire Group outdoor meeting cFeb 2007. Again just one brief sighting on that occasion by a number of people as well. Lyndon
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