Category: Conservation

State of Nature Report 2016 Wales

On Wednesday 21st September 2016 Wales launched its State of Nature Report. Wales has identified a list of most threatened species of highest priority for

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lapwing flying over water

Could you become a Lapwing Champion?

The Lapwing is an iconic farmland bird which has undergone drastic declines in populations as a result of loss of breeding habitat. Today the lapwing

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Manx Shearwater Puffinus puffinus, a bird flies low over the surface of the ocean, Isles of Scilly, July

Grounded Manx Shearwaters

The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales is asking residents of Wales to look out for one of our most special seabirds, at a

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Skomer Seals – Past and Present

Skomer Seals – Past and Present Every year since 1983 generous contributions by Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales members and seal friends together

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Natur Cymru Spring/Gwanwyn 2016

The nature conservation sector today is being heard at the highest level of government and the environment is being mentioned in all major aspects of

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Moth Trapping Guidelines

The use of moth traps is generally a non-lethal method of surveying what species are using a site. Some moths will occasionally expire in the

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Funding Boost for Skomer Seabird Monitoring and Research

Generous financial support towards the cost of new equipment has enabled the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales to continue delivering the highest standard

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Our Limestone Cliffs of the South Gower Coast

Our Limestone Cliffs of the South Gower Coast – A Riddle rapped in an Enigma Magnificent limestone sea cliffs covered for the most part in

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Lapwing Still Need Your Help

The Lapwing (Vanellus vanellus) was once a common farmland bird species. In recent decades the habitat types that Lapwings rely on have been lost from

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Skokholm in August

Seen here are some of the Skokholm Warden’s daily blog entries. The full blog can be found here. 7th August The highlight of a gloriously

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Help us Collect Marine Data

We are looking for citizen scientists to help collect marine megafauna sightings! Are you heading out to sea or for a coastal walk during August

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An Update from Ceredigion

August in Ceredigion has been very successful, WTSWW’s Wildlife Officer – Emily Foot – and some dedicated volunteers have been pulling ragwort and cutting back some

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