At Crundale Hall on Thursday 2nd November, John Archer-Thomson, retired Assistant Director of Studies at Dale Fort Field Centre, gave a talk on Skomer featuring plenty of his fine photographs.
He talked of many species of the natural world including humans. Fortunately the latter crowding the area of burrows for photographs do not have a negative impact on the puffins. In fact they do the birds a favour by discouraging the food stealing gulls. However man’s fishing habits do have a negative impact on the colourful hidden world of nature on the sea bed.
For a more details click on Jim Price’s write up->Talk on Skomer 2nd Nov 17