This page gives a little info about the committee of the North Wales Little Tern Group and the staff wardens who work at the site over the summer. It must be mentioned that many other staff from Denbighshire Countryside Services and volunteers from all over North Wales and beyond give up their time to help out at the site also.
Adrian Hibbert Chairman
Has been involved with the Gronant little tern colony since 2005. Countryside Ranger for Denbighshire County Council Countryside Services. Previous experience as a tern warden with North Wales Wildlife Trust at Cemlyn, Anglesey. Set up the NWLTG in 2016 with Patrick and Chris.
Patrick Kelly Treasurer
Retired Electrical Engineer Former Volunteer Reserve Assistant at RSPB Conwy Volunteer Warden with the North Wales Little Tern Group Keen runner
Christine Maresma Pares Secretary
Peter Jones Funding
Retired in 2017 after over 35 years working as a solicitor in private practice and as a Crown Prosecutor. Volunteer with North Wales Little Tern Group, Denbighshire Countryside Service, Clwydian Range & Dee Valley AONB, North Wales Wildlife Trust and BTO. Interests include bird watching, wildlife in general, hill and coastal walking and cricket.
Henry Cook EU Life+ Officer
Warden in the 2016 and 2017 seasons. From Manchester, now resident in North Wales. After graduating from the University of Exeter with a degree in Geography and Environmental Management I have worked on ornithological surveys in the UK and as a bird guide in Brazil. When not working I enjoy birding, photography and volunteering with a range of environmental organisations.
Sasha Taylor Warden
I studied biology at the University of Gloucestershire, based in Cheltenham. After completing a number of fieldwork projects, spanning from the Cotswolds to as far as the Mankwe game reserve in South Africa, I couldn't wait to get involved in a local conservation project and really help to make a difference to these incredible birds. Being a little tern warden is proving to be an amazing experience, you really do get close to and feel responsible for the birds, and I know without a doubt that it is an opportunity that i will treasure and never forget.