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Conservation and protection in the National Park Introduction to Conservation and Protection in the National Park conservation, protection, habitat, warden, ranger, monitoring, ecology, biodiversity,

Inland habitats in the National Park As the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is surrounded by the sea on three sides, its climate, even in the more inland areas, has a strong maritime influence. Inland environments are kept warmer in winter (and cooler in Summer) by the North Atlantic Drift (a warm sea current) and kept moist by the prevailing south-westerly winds off the North Atlantic Ocean. inland, habitats, protection, biodiversity, maritme, influence, climate, marginal, land,

Naturally Connected Pilot Project The National Park Authority piloted the Naturally Connected project over 18 months in 2017 and 2018 with funding from the Sustainable Development Fund, in order to work with tourism businesses who owned land within the National Park. naturally, connected, conservation, sustainable, development, fund, conservation, wildlife, biodiversity,

Wildlife Health Check What condition is the National Park's wildlife in? wildlife, health, check, state, biodiversity,