Category: Conservation

Skomer Island by Mike Alexander ~ Book Launch Online Event!

Skomer is one of Britain’s most spectacular National Nature Reserves and is managed by The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales. It is a …

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Pencnwc Mawr Woodland Appeal Update!

An update from Sarah Kessell,  WTSWW’s Chief Executive Officer… I am delighted to share some very good news! We have now completed the purchase of …

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Nest box checking at Coed y Bedw

Coed y Bedw is a 16.5ha ancient woodland reserve just north of Cardiff. Nest boxes of various types have been installed here since at least …

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Pwll-y-Wrach waterfall

Pwll Y Wrach Nature Reserve is ready for spring!

Our Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales (WTSWW) Pwl Y Wrach Nature Reserve has seen a fair amount of work in the last couple …

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The Hidden Hazards of Dogs on Nature Reserves!

This is the story of Cwcw, a young Pedigree Dexter heifer and a lesser known problem caused by dogs in the countryside (but this is …

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Common Toad

Frog or Toad?

Spring is on its way which means frogs and toads will be making their way to suitable water bodies to breed. Maybe you have spotted …

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Reflecting on the impacts of Covid and looking forward.

Covid has had a devastating impact on so many of our members and supporters, especially those of you who have been ill or have lost …

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Cae Pwll y Bo globeflowers

Working with nature for our future – WTSWW consultation document.

We need a new strategy and a new plan for the future in order to play our part in tackling the climate and ecological crises. …

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Islands Team Update!

We’re all busy planning for the new season on the islands, despite the continued uncertainties and challenges that the pandemic presents us. One thing we …

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Wonderful Wetlands!

Did you know that Tuesday 2nd February is #WorldWetlandsDay? Join us in celebrating and raising awareness of the importance of our Welsh wetland habitats. So …

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Mike Alexander, Chair of WTSWW

Welcome to WTSWW’s new Chair, Mike Alexander!

The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales (WTSWW) is pleased to announce that at the  Annual General Meeting (AGM) on 14th January 2021, the …

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Feed the Birds this Winter!

At this time of the year many insects, seeds and fruits are in short supply and the garden birds really appreciate a helping hand with …

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