Wednesday, 7 December 2016

For the love of nature - UK's rarest wildlife

As you may already know from previous blog posts and the photographs we share here and on our social media we are a family who loves the great outdoors and the wonderful things that good old mother nature has to offer. We are in our element when outdoors having adventures and love exploring. We also love seeing wondrous wildlife when we are out and about enjoying the fresh air of the great outdoors.

Living in picturesque Pembrokeshire in Wales and only a short drive to stunning Cardigan bay, we are very fortunate to have lots of breathtaking countryside and marvellous shores to explore and see.

Ideal family days out for us are days such as enjoying and exploring the beach with a spot of rock pooling, trekking along coastal paths where we can enjoy breathtaking views and be fortunate to see a variety of creatures and birds on our travels, and delving into and walking through woodlands that are filled with magnificent trees and a host of wildlife.

Being a family who loves nature and wildlife, not only are our family days out planned to satisfy our enjoyment of the great outdoors but our family holidays are also planned with what the area has to offer nature wise as well. Thanks to Haven Holidays who have created a naturetastic PDF guide all about where to spot some of the UK’s rarest wildlife, we have lots of ideas about where to holiday next so that we can experience some of the rarest wildlife that this beautiful isle has to offer.

As Bug is currently a little obsessed with reptiles top of our list is holidaying somewhere that is home to sand lizards. I know he would be over the moon if he was lucky enough to catch sight of these rare and very cute bright green lizards so I think a trip to Marton Mere in Blackpool is called for which would also be a lovely way to revisit Blackpool where Lee and I had our first ever holiday together.

Have you been fortunate to see any of the rare wildlife featured in the handy wildlife guide by Haven Holidays? 

No comments:

Post a Comment