Category: Ceredigion News

Coed Penglanowen Bluebells by Em Foot

Clearing up in Ceredigion!

Several days have been spent in the stables area at Cors Ian. Volunteers from Coventry helped regular volunteers with the taking down of parts of …

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Bramble attack, trees and paths!

New bridge at Coed Penglanowen by Em Foot Cwm Clettwr new path – by Em Foot We’ve spent several days clearing brambles at Coed Maidie …

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Coed Maidie B Goddard coupe

Winter Woodland Working Ceredigion

Coed Maidie B Goddard coupe Over the winter we’ve done a lot of tree felling, mostly to finish our Better Woodlands Wales grant work. We’ve …

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Children’s Birthday Parties at The Welsh Wildlife Centre.

Why not make your child’s next birthday party a wild one with us at The Welsh Wildlife Centre ? Our Harlow room is a large …

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Welsh Wildlife Centre

The Welsh Wildlife Centre open New Years Day 2016

Blow away the cobwebs on New Years day 2016 with a visit to The Teifi Marshes nature reserve. Head Chef Gareth will be serving all …

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Pant Da coupe by Em Foot

Windy, wet work days!

As I’m sure you can appreciate the weather lately has generally not been ideal for working outside and especially felling trees. Unfortunately the work still …

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Autumn spiderwebs - Em Foot

Winter work starts

The grand total for marsh fritillary larval webs at Rhos Glyn yr Helyg was an amazing 671! Last year’s total was 42 so this is …

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Welsh Wildlife Centre evening shot by Krystal

The Welsh Wildlife Centre open all year.

The impressive sight of the Visitors Centre fully lit against the night sky. This year as never before we will be open twelve months of …

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Marsh fritillary webs Em Foot

Marsh Fritillary Larval Web Season

Marsh fritillary webs Em Foot After cutting the Coed Penglanowen glade, marsh fritillary larval web surveys on our rhos reserves have dominated our work days …

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Laura Evans

New to Cardigan Bay

I’m Laura Evans and I joined Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre in July 2015 as the Living Seas Volunteer Coordinator. I will be developing the …

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Meadowsweet by Em Foot

A good season for brambles

Well the summer may not have been perfect for us humans but it has certainly been great for the brambles! It seems you only have …

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Natalie Brown – Living Seas Awareness Officer, New Quay

Natalie Brown joined Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre in May 2015 as the Living Seas Awareness Officer. Natalie will be developing and delivering a programme …

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