Category: Carmarthenshire News

Red Squirrel by Jon Hawkins

Thank you to our volunteer red squirrel surveyors!

Last month we reported that WTSWW had been successful with a significant grant (on behalf of the Mid Wales Red Squirrel Project) from the Welsh

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Squirrel by Damien Waters

Good news for our red squirrels

We have received some great news for our threatened mid Wales red squirrels. We recently applied to the Welsh Government’s Ecosystem Resilience and Diversity (ERD)

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How I Live Now filming at Llandyfeisant Church

Wildlife Trust reserve to become star of the big screen!

A new film, a large part of which is being shot in the Carmarthenshire Countryside, has visited WTSWW’s Castle Woods nature reserve as one of

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RCB re-fence job AJ Butler July 2012 Gwendraeth Grasslands L Wilberforce

The right tools for the right job

Managing conservation land often involves working in difficult or remote locations, or on terrain that is uneven, wet and inaccessible. This can make undertaking land

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Poor Mans Wood Arch L Wilberforce

Poor Mans Wood / Gallt y Tlodion receives a facelift

Following the great success of their work at a number of our west Wales reserves, the team working on Tir Coed’s Branching Out project have

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Castle Woods L Wilberforce

Castle Woods, Llandeilo, restoration project

The last two years have seen significant input of effort and resources at Castle Woods, thanks to funding from the Forestry Commission through its Better

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Pembrey Primary School visit Ffrwd L Wilberforce

Pembrey Primary School visits Ffrwd Farm Mire

It was all hands on deck on a damp day in April when young people from the Prince’s Trust hosted children from Pembrey Primary School

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Harvest mouse by Margaret Holland

New access at Ffrwd Farm Mire, Carmarthenshire

Some new access facilities have recently been installed at Ffrwd Farm Mire nature reserve, in Carmarthenshire. The reserve, which is mostly reedbed, is open to

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Pygmy shrew by Richard Pond

Carmarthenshire Dormouse Project – March Update from Richard Pond

On Saturday 17th March I met up with Jacqueline and Paul Hartley (local dormouse experts) at Rhos Cefn Bryn reserve to give the dormouse nest

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Ffrwd Farm Mire tidy up

Schoolchildren from Burry Port help out with a big clean-up in Carmarthenshire

WTSWW staff in Carmarthenshire have been joined three times this spring by students from Ysgol Glan-y-Môr in Burry Port to assist with the management of

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Oblong Leaved Sundew One of the Features of Cors Goch

Habitat restoration at Cors Goch

We’ve been making the most of the winter to restore part of the margin of our Cors Goch NNR nature reserve, just west of Carmarthen.

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Dormouse

Fencing For Dormice

The Carmarthenshire volunteer team have had a great opportunity this month to get stuck into a really exciting project to improve the local landscape for

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