There are a number of organisations who we work closely with or are partnered with, links to these organisations can be found below.
Friends of the Islands The Friends of the Islands support the work on both Skomer and Skokholm, getting involved with all sorts of volunteering and fundraising activities. The group have been heavily involved in the restoration work on Skokholm.
We work closely with Fforest which is next to our Welsh Wildlife Centre, you are also able to hire canoes from Fforest who have a hire centre on our Teifi Marsh Reserve.
You will also find us on Pembrokehsire Online.
Royal Society of Wildlife Trusts
The Royal Society of Wildlife Trusts (RSWT) is a registered charity, incorporated by Royal Charter to promote conservation and raise and manage funds for environmental programmes throughout the UK. All the wildlife trusts throughout the UK belong to this organisation. Their website contains a wealth of information.
Wildlife Trusts Wales
The Wildlife Trusts Wales is the umbrella organisation for the six wildlife trusts in Wales who work together to promote and protect wildlife for the future. The other members are North Wales Wildlife Trust, Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust, Radnorshire Wildlife Trust, Brecknock Wildlife Trust and Gwent Wildlife Trust.
Pembrokeshire Bird Group
The Pembrokeshire Bird Group is part of the Wildlife Trust of South & West Wales. Their new website is a resource for the group which they hope will provide information on birding in Pembrokeshire for all – those living in the county or visitors.
The Countryside Council for Wales is the Government’s statutory adviser on sustaining natural beauty, wildlife and the opportunity for outdoor enjoyment in Wales and its inshore waters. The national wildlife conservation authority.
This is a one stop shop for recreational facilities in the countryside. You will find links from within the maps to more detailed information on other websites. For example, you will be able to see the National Trails and other walking routes and click on them straight to web pages about those facilities. Among many other categories, nature reserves, places to climb, routes suitable for wheelchairs and cycle routes will all appear in due course.
“We are the leading public body for protecting and improving the environment in England and Wales. It’s our job to make sure that air, land and water are looked after by everyone in today’s society, so that tomorrow’s generations inherit a cleaner, healthier world.”
Sir John Harman, Chairman.
Cadw is the Welsh Assembly Government’s historic environment division. Its aim is to promote the conservation and appreciation of Wales’s historic environment.
This includes historic buildings, ancient monuments, historic parks and gardens, landscapes and underwater archaeology. Cadw welcomes over a million visitors to its sites every year. ‘Cadw’ (pronounced cad-oo) is a Welsh word meaning ‘to keep’.
Coed Lleol aims to help more people enjoy and care for Welsh woodlands. Whether you are a woodland manager interested in forest schools would like to know about the health benefits of spending time in the woods or are interested in nature, the Coed Lleol website will give you the relevant information and contacts.
Founded in 1872, Aberystwyth was the first university institution to be established in Wales. Today, it has over 7,000 registered students, including over 1,100 postgraduates across eighteen academic departments.
West Wales Biodiversity Information Centre. is a local records centre (LRC), it is registered as a non-profit organisation and is designed to provide information on wildlife and natural history to decision makers, conservation organisations and the general public in the counties of Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire, an area of 5650 square kilometers.
South East Wales Biodiversity Records Centre is the second largest Local Biological Records Centre( LRC) in Wales. It is a not-for-profit organisation whose aims are to make appropriate local biodiversity information available to those who need it to help ensure that decisions which may affect biodiversity in the area are made in the light of best available knowledge. SEWBReC provides a mechanism for collating, sharing and utilising the wealth of biological data and knowledge which exists in Glamorgan and Gwent.
The Biodiversity Partnership is a large network including representatives from various local organisations, including government and non-government wildlife bodies, voluntary groups, local businesses, as well as farmers, landowners and individuals – all working together to safeguard the Carmarthenshire biodiversity.
The Glamorgan Bird Club is dedicated to the study and conservation of the bird life in this part of South Wales
A website dedicated to the study and photography of Dragonflies and Damselflies in South Wales
A website dedicated to the town of Llandeilo, including information on the Wildlife Trust’s reserve of Castle Woods and other walks and features of interest in the area
Countryside Jobs Service
CJS is an ethical business publishing free & low cost information to promote countryside careers in the UK