Category: Ceredigion News

Will you Stand for Nature with us?

Stand for Nature Wales is a youth climate change project with a big ambition! The six Wildlife Trusts in Wales have come together to tackle …

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12 ½ years a Wildlife Trust Officer!

As I leave the Trust, I thought I’d write about some of the highlights from my time as Ceredigion’s Wildlife Trust Officer. Please remember as …

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Launch of Climate Change Cymru!

The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales (WTSWW), along with the five other Welsh Wildlife Trusts, are excited to announce a new series of …

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Manx Shearwater Rescue Service – Another busy season!

In August, I told you about ‘Team Shearwater’, our fantastic band of Wildlife Trust volunteers and staff who help to rescue grounded Manx shearwaters as …

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WTSWW’s Local Groups Go Digital!

For many years, the Trust’s Local Members Groups have held monthly in-person meetings. The event calendar has always included enjoyable and informative talks about local …

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Shearwater by Joe Wynn

Manx Shearwater Rescue Service!

From late August onwards, hundreds of thousands of juvenile Manx shearwaters begin to fledge from the Pembrokeshire Islands. Having spent 70 days in a burrow …

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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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Litter during Lockdown

Throughout lockdown, many people have turned to nature as a source of comfort, beauty, and inspiration. We are learning as a society just how valued our wild spaces are …

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Dolphins in Cardigan Bay Copyright Sarah Perry

Finned, Flippered and feathered friends

Bottlenose dolphins in Cardigan Bay © Sarah Perry I sit at my home office desk, looking out at a bright blue sky, not a cloud …

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Urgent Covid-19 Appeal!

The Covid-19 situation has exacerbated what would already have been a very difficult year for The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales (WTSWW). The …

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Baby Shark: do-do, do-do, do-do!

As well as being places of natural beauty, our beaches hide real treasure troves…if only you know where to look! We are talking, of course, …

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Creepy Creatures & Crafts at the Welsh Wildlife Centre this Autumn

Over the half term holiday, at the Welsh Wildlife Centre, we have a great range of amazing autumn activities and ‘spooktacular’  Halloween events to keep …

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