Category: Brecknock

Brecknock blog post by local warden

The Puffin Prize!

Eyes on the Prize Would you like a chance to win your very own Puffin photo book? A book made just for you? There will …

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Stock-checking During Lockdown!

When lockdown started in March 2020 it put a stop to a lot of our activities! Livestock checks however had to carry on for the …

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Update from Sarah Kessell

Update from Sarah Kessell, WTSWW Chief Executive Officer. I think we are not alone in finding that the planning needed to get back to work …

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Red Squirrels in Clywedog!

Red squirrels have been surviving in an isolated area of mid Wales since before the incursion of American Greys. The Mid Wales Red Squirrel Partnership …

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Anti-social behaviour on Nature Reserves during lockdown!

While the majority of people respect our precious nature reserves, unfortunately  a minority do not. This can take up a lot of time for our …

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Go Wild with The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales this June!

Can you do one wild thing a day throughout the whole of June? We believe you can! Join thousands of people taking part in our …

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Brecon Local group christmas meal

An update from Brecknock

Brecon Local Group mailing list achieves 100 subscribers! The Brecon Local Group achieved 100 subscribers in early January and continues to grow.  A steady trickle …

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Llangasty bird hide at Llangorse

Winter Bird Watch in Brecknock

40 hardy people braved the wet weather to attend the Winter Bird Watch at Llangorse Lake. This annual event is a well established Brecknock favourite. …

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A tree blocked the path in Ystradfawr

Trees Down in Brecknock

The stormy weather before Christmas brought down a few trees on our reserves.  This has kept Steph our Wildlife Trust Officer busy clearing paths. On …

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Bilberry Bumblebee

25 bee species identified on Allt Rhongyr!

During this summer, bee expert Janice Vincett, carried out a survey of aculeate (stinging insect) species of Allt Rhongyr. The aim of the survey was …

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Summer at Y Byddwn

July and August at Y Byddwn revolved mostly around family parties of birds although the highlight on August 20th involved a moth trapping evening with …

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June at Y Byddwn

Despite many May and early June days being breezy and often with chilly nights, there were a lot of successes form the birds on the …

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