Your Guides


I have over 20 years professional and voluntary experience in nature conservation and a lifetime spent exploring and observing nature. Qualifications include a degree in Geography and MSc in Rural Resource Management. I also hold the nationally recognised Walking Group Leader Award and have a current emergency First Aid Certificate. I am a full member of the Mountain Leader Training Association.

Your Guide Caroline

With thirteen years spent working for the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds at the South Stack nature reserve on Anglesey, I can offer superb knowledge of the area and guide customers to the best wildlife view points.

I am experienced in organising and leading guided walks through my work as RSPB Visitor Officer. I moved to the island in 1997 and since then have walked extensively and immersed myself in the natural history of Anglesey.

As a volunteer and employee I have worked overseas in nature conservation and eco-tourism. In the UK I have worked in Land Management research, environmental consultancy and as a University lecturer, specialising in recreation management, ecology and eco-tourism.

Local Knowledge

I studied for my masters degree at Bangor University, where I started to explore the fantastic environment of North Wales. When I was researching my Msc thesis, I lived on Barsdsey Island (tiny island off the Llyn Peninsula) in the lighthouse, where I was captivated by the special wildlife, isolation and culture of Wales.

While working for the RSPB at South Stack I lived on the cliff top on the edge of the nature reserve for 13 years and was able to experience the amazing nature of the place on a daily basis.

I have spent the last 15 years walking Wales and have intimate knowledge of the area. I continue to explore with my young family which has added a new dimension to enjoying and appreciating nature.

I look forward to meeting you on one of our walks.

Anglesey Wildlife Walks