Category: Conservation

Making Omlettes on Ystradfawr!

In March of this year, the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales had funding through the Powys People and Places project to undertake habitat …

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The Wildlife Trusts raise £25m in a year to kickstart nature’s recovery

First anniversary sees charity lead vision for wildlife across 30% of land and sea by 2030 A year ago today, The Wildlife Trusts launched a …

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Wye now?

The River Wye – or Gwy in Welsh – is the UK’s fourth longest river, at 155 miles, and Wales’ second, flowing from Plynlimon to …

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Do you have five minutes for sharks?

Have you seen any Catsharks aka lesser-spotted dogfish washed up on beaches? Launched on Shark Awareness day in July, Shark Snaps is a new citizen …

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We went WILD with Iolo Williams and Lizzie Daly for Wild About Parc Slip!

On Saturday 19th June, we went LIVE with Iolo Williams and Lizzie Daly to celebrate all things wild at Parc Slip Nature Reserve and Visitor …

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Bog Management at Carmel NNR

The team have been working hard to carry out further bog management at the Carmel National Nature Reserve. Here’s an update from Wildlife Trust Officer, …

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Pencnwc Mawr Woodand Appeal

We are delighted to share that we have completed the purchase of Pencnwc Mawr Woodland! Thank you for helping to make this possible with your …

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New Green Walls Project with Cardiff Local Nature Partnership (LNP)

This past year the Trust has been working with Cardiff Local Nature Partnership (LNP) to improve biodiversity in polluted, urbanised areas of Cardiff using Green …

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Coppicewood College’s new home in Pengelli Forest Nature Reserve!

Following the negotiation of a lease in 2019, Coppicewood College and the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales formed a partnership which will both …

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Fighting fire with fire: New Healthy Hillside Project Launched!

The Healthy Hillsides is an exciting new 2 year ENRAW funded project working within sites in Rhondda to reduce fire risk using conservation management. Seven …

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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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Management work at Kilvrough Manor Woods brings multiple benefits!

Thanks to funding from Welsh Government for support management on our Natura 2000 sites, just before spring began we completed a combination woodland management at …

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