South Stack Cliffs (Holyhead) Reviews
Description:Address: Holyhead / Anglesey / Wales / Nature Reserves in Wales.
Newest Review: ... cliffs composed of the strangely named Precambrian greywacke stone. These cliffs are popular with rock climbers outside of the seabird breeding season (I don't fancy trying it myself!). The heath is a special environment in its own right. Quite rare in Britain now, the heath at South Stack is home to some special wildlife including adders and the rare silver-studded blue butterfly. In ... more
Customer South Stack Cliffs (Holyhead) Reviews (1)
by - written on 13/03/09 (Very useful, 236 readings)
Many people do not realise that Britain is one of the most important places in the world for breeding seabirds. Its 12,000 miles of coastline is home to literally millions of seabirds with 60% of the world's great skuas, 70% of the world's gannets, and an amazing 90% of the world's manx shearwaters breeding here. The birds nest in colonies on cliffs, cliff tops, and islands and are literally seabird cities, with every available nook and cranny occupied with a pair of breeding birds. The sight of a seabird colony during the breeding season is one of Britain's (if not the world's) most amazing naturals spectacles. The sight, sound (and smell!) during ... Read the complete review
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