Category: Conservation

Unknown Wales 2018 Talks Announced

Unknown Wales brings together people from all walks of life to celebrate and support the work of individuals and organisations who strive to protect our

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Unknown Wales 2018

Our popular Unknown Wales event is back for 2018. On Saturday 27th October 2018 you will be treated to another fantastic range of interesting talks

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Connecting People and Nature

The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales are partnering up with Actif Woods to start an exciting 3 year project in Merthyr Tydfil called ‘Connecting

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Dexters Gower Meadow Beef Overton Mereb

Grazing Returns to the South Gower Coast

Our Overton Mere Nature Reserve on the South Gower Coast, is a very special place. The reserve is of national importance for the assemblage of

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Important Information for Dog Owners at Parc Slip

At Parc Slip Nature Reserve we welcome responsible dog owners. We want the Nature Reserve to be a place that is safe and enjoyable for

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Reserve works continue in 2017 for Ceredigion…

Our first job of 2017 was to finish cutting back the roadside trees at Pennar Fawr. Unfortunately one of those days was the coldest and

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Blue Tit in Nesting Box by Gillian Day. Nest box Workshop

Nest Boxes instead of X-Boxes

National Nest Box Week takes place every year from 14th-21st February with the aim of encouraging people to put up nest boxes. Putting up boxes

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Dormouse Hibernating - Danny Green

A Recap of 2016

We are thrilled with what we achieved in 2016 and thought we should share a few of the highlights with you, so here they are…

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The Parc Slip Scrapes, 3 years on…

It has been 3 years since the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales teamed up with Natural Resources Wales (NRW) to create a new

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Unknown Wales 2016 – The Biggest Yet!

On Saturday 8th October the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales, and the National Museum of Wales once again held ‘Unknown Wales’, a day

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The New Petrel Station on Skokholm Island has the Team all Fueled Up

The Wildlife Trust’s islands, Skokholm and Skomer, are home to Wales’ most mysterious sea bird, the European Storm Petrel. The wardens on Skokholm Island have

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Skomer Island Volunteer Researches the Unique Skomer Vole

See what Skomer Island volunteers are up to on the island… I am Alice, one of this years long term volunteers, I have been on

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