Category: East Glamorgan News

Harvest Mouse by Amy Lewis

New ways to Monitor Our Harvest Mice

The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales’ have embarked on a new and innovative project designed to learn more about the elusive harvest mouse

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Brown hare in a form V Matthews

Wildlife Crime: Identification, reporting and prevention

A brand new training course Brown hare in a form V Matthews has been added to the Wildlife Trust training course schedule for thisyear, which

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A Brief History of Brynna Woods

Brynna woods is now part of a beautiful wildlife reserve of Brynna Woods and Llanharan Marsh, but its history is very much more industrial. To

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Cliff Woodhead at Coed-y-Bedw

The end of an era at Coed Y Bedw

At the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales we rely greatly on the help and support we receive from our dedicated volunteers. One such

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Renovated pond and Visitor Centre at Parc Slip by V Matthews

New ponds at Parc Slip

If you’ve visited our Parc Slip reserve near Bridgend recently you may have noticed that there has been a lot more heavy machinery around than

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Miranda Krestovnikoff at Unknown Wales 2012

Unknown Wales 2013 – our annual wildlife conference celebrating Welsh wildlife

The Unknown Wales Conference, an event dedicated to the celebration of Welsh wildlife, is to be held again this year following on from the great

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Wild Daffodils at Coed y Bwl

Coed-y-Bwl’s wild daffodils nodded their heads on St. David’s Day – and  they are bursting forth in profusion for what appears to be a really spectacular

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Rudi and his dad Mike by Richard Marks

Tarka Challenge

Ten-year-old Rudi Bright, whose Tarka Challenge has been highly praised in South Wales wildlife circles, has taken on a new project – monitoring nest boxes

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Harvest Mouse by Amy Lewis

The Harvest Mice of Parc Slip

We have embarked on a new and innovative project designed to provide information on the elusive Harvest mouse (Micromys minitus) at Parc Slip nature reserve,

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Merthyr children exploring wildlife

Working with Rural Communities in Merthyr Tydfil

The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales has been carrying out a project in Merthyr Tydfil, encouraging rural communities to appreciate and conserve the

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male great crested newt swimming Dave Kilbey

Wildlife Training Courses

Following on from the successful ecological training courses of the last few years, WTSWW has a new programme arranged for 2013, bringing back some of

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Brown hare by Damian Waters of Drumimages

On the lookout for hares at Parc Slip

Brown hares can be a notoriously difficult species to spot at most times of the year, apart from when their behaviour becomes more exuberant in

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