Your Sea Stories

Eels A-Plenty at Porth Dafarch

In 1963 at the age of 8, I stayed in Porth Dafarch with my family. I clearly remember paddling in the sea which was seething and almost…

Eyes along the coast

A north Wales landmark is now home to a new life-saving coastal lookout station. It is staffed by local unpaid volunteers, who are keeping an eye out…

Basking in Glory!

The second largest fish in the world; the Basking shark visited Welsh waters this last summer much to the delight of our Wildlife Trust Living Seas Team,…

My Wild Adventure

Wow! That is the only word that I could use to describe my experience of volunteering with The Wildlife Trusts Living Seas Wales (LSW) team on their…

Angel Shark at Amroth in 2017

I saw and photographed the body of a shark looking fish on the beach at Amroth approximately 18 months ago and was never sure what species it…

The sea swimmer in winter – a poem by Jim Young

Beyond the breeze, under the winter sun, the sea is calling me, calling me, calling me. Seething in the breath, of the north wind’s spume, in the…

Skomer Island

Golden Island In came autumn on this golden island. Once the boat left all that was left were the slop and slap of the sea and the…

Wild Seas

Climbing over rocks, scraping our legs on barnacles, cries of gulls and the crash and roar of the sea against the fossil cliffs, salt spray taste on…