We have a very busy Wildlife Trust with a great deal happening across our four counties.

If you are interested in any press stories please contact Gina Gavigan 01656 724 100

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Sunshine + Rain = Lots of Growth!

It seems that the glorious sunshine and torrential rain that we’ve had recently is good for plant growth on the reserves! So we’ve spent a … Continue reading Sunshine + Rain = Lots of Growth! »

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RHS Flowers are Repurposed

In April 2016 The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales participated in the Royal Horticultural Society’s Flower Show in Cardiff. WTSWW’s show feature was … Continue reading RHS Flowers are Repurposed »

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Skomer Island’s New Wall Mural

If you have visited Skomer Island before you may have noticed the array of wildlife that greets you the moment you step off of the … Continue reading Skomer Island’s New Wall Mural »

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A Grand Day Out for Welsh Wildlife Centre Volunteers

Welsh Wildlife Centre Volunteers and Staff On Wednesday 22 June, some of the staff and volunteers of the Welsh Wildlife Centre and Teifi Marshes visited … Continue reading A Grand Day Out for Welsh Wildlife Centre Volunteers »

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Volunteer Support Needed for Data Input

Can you spare time to support the Trust with inputting data? Your time could be incredibly valuable and help the Trust claim back many thousands … Continue reading Volunteer Support Needed for Data Input »

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Search for Wales’s most mysterious seabird

As part of a national drive to count the UK’s breeding seabirds, this summer a hardy band of wardens and volunteers will be searching two … Continue reading Search for Wales’s most mysterious seabird »

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An Invasion of Diamonds

It’s not often that moths get on the news but recently there have been scare stories appearing about a ‘mass invasion’ of a tiny micro-moth … Continue reading An Invasion of Diamonds »

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Pignut and Chimney Sweepers

I would like to introduce you to just one tiny part of the food chain. It is a relationship between a rather interesting plant and … Continue reading Pignut and Chimney Sweepers »

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WTSWW Welcomes it’s New Corporate Members

This month The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales would like to welcome two new corporate members to the Wildlife Trust, Admiral Insurance and … Continue reading WTSWW Welcomes it’s New Corporate Members »

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A Thanks to our Dedicated Volunteers

I sit on the empty trailer eating my packed lunch partway through the work day; sat there with me are a retired GP, a graduate … Continue reading A Thanks to our Dedicated Volunteers »

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The Taf Fechan 600

From the valley of the Fechan rode the 600.  There’s not to reason why, there’s but to stay and pose, a camera on the left, … Continue reading The Taf Fechan 600 »

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WTSWW’s Conservation Report Highlights for 2015 to 2016

The conservation team continue to benefit from a wide range of external funding sources which are critical to our ability to deliver the range of … Continue reading WTSWW’s Conservation Report Highlights for 2015 to 2016 »

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