Category: Conservation

Picture perfect. Images of Wales to help fundraise for the Trust!

Photographer and Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales (WTSWW) Trustee, Mike Alexander has kindly decided to make all of his wonderful photographs available, via …

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Anti-social behaviour on Nature Reserves during lockdown!

While the majority of people respect our precious nature reserves, unfortunately  a minority do not. This can take up a lot of time for our …

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Marine Mammal Skulls (and Crossbones)

The ‘Skull and Crossbones’ flag traditionally associated with pirates is, clearly, not the only skull found in/on the ocean. Invertebrates, such as jellyfish and octopus, …

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Covid -19 Update and Future

An Update from Sarah Kessell CEO of The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales We earn around half of our income through tourism, which …

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Garden Wildlife Filming – Top Hints & Tips!

Camera traps are wildly used by our Conservation team as part of species monitoring, they are also a great way to see what wildlife is …

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Lights, Camera, Action!

The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales (WTSWW) are delighted to announce the launch of two new exciting on-line initiatives; Skomer Island Live Web …

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Urgent Covid-19 Appeal!

The Covid-19 situation has exacerbated what would already have been a very difficult year for The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales (WTSWW). The …

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Skomer and Skokholm Covid-19 Update

In light of the announcement made by the Prime Minister on 23rd march 2020, The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales is now closing …

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Meet Lisa – our new Head of Islands and Marine!

Hi everyone! My name is Lisa Morgan and I am really excited to be re-joining The Wildlife Trust South and West Wales as Head of …

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Introducing Felix, Felicity and Darcey to Overton Cliff!

This is Felix, Felicity and Darcey arriving at Roydon’s Corner on an April evening where they were held overnight before being introduced to Overton Cliff …

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From the archive: Carmel nature reserve, 30 years on!

The strange world of lockdown has prompted us to spend time taking a bit of a journey back through our publications archive. We thought it …

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Baby Shark: do-do, do-do, do-do!

As well as being places of natural beauty, our beaches hide real treasure troves…if only you know where to look! We are talking, of course, …

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