Join the multi award-winning naturalist and conservationist Steve England for a fantastic coastal foraging experience in the beautiful surroundings of Pembrokeshire National Park!
Connect with nature in this weekend by the sea, exploring the coastline with Steve and foraging for wild and edible coastal plants and foods. Learn about the wonderful sea life and visit the dazzling beaches and secret coves that West Wales is renowned for.
With extensive knowledge about wildlife, wild foods, bushcraft and natural history, Steve will lead you on a journey of discovery, across rocks and gullies, sandbanks and mudflats, showing you the art of hunting with your hands and foraging responsibly without disturbing the wildlife.
You’ll learn about the geology and geography of the coastline, delving into its prehistoric past to find out how the rocks were formed. Uncover a world of seashore delicacies as you sample sea vegetables and search the rock pools and shallows for clams, cockles, and oysters!
And there is the opportunity to try your hand at fishing too! Learn how to cast a line and fish for mackerel and saltwater bass as you discover the fun of catching and cooking your own fish!
Steve will show you how to clean, safely prepare and cook-up your catch in time for a well-earned seafood supper, full of the flavours of the coast.
And the adventure doesn’t end there! Enjoy an overnight camp with inspirational coastal views followed by an early morning trip to one of the most incredible wildlife experiences in Britain – a visit to the famous puffins of Skomer island!
Take a boat trip to observe the special beauty of this unspoiled Pembrokeshire island, teeming with wildlife and home to thousands of puffins and many other seabirds. A superb way to observe the local wildlife and maybe catch sight of a porpoise and seal or two!
Find out more about Steve England and his wildlife discoveries on his YouTube Channel here.