Category: Living Landscapes

Anti-social behaviour at Teifi Marshes…again!

Since lockdown restrictions have eased in Wales, there has sadly been a surge in anti-social behaviour at Teifi Marshes nature reserve, the home of The …

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Red Squirrels in Clywedog!

Red squirrels have been surviving in an isolated area of mid Wales since before the incursion of American Greys. The Mid Wales Red Squirrel Partnership …

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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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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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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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In Memory of Margaret Perring 1933 – 2020

Margaret Perring (nee Barrow), who was a loyal member of the Wildlife Trust, sadly died at the beginning of April. Margaret was born in Maesteg …

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Limpets at Frenchman’s Steps, Pembrokeshire

Limpets by Lara Howe John Archer-Thomson was studying limpets in Pembrokeshire before the Sea Empress grounded in 1996. Here he tells the story of his …

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Cardigan Island

Our conservation story

The conservation pioneers By the 1960s, in response to the widespread devastation of our natural habitats, Wildlife Trusts had been formed across the length and breadth of …

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Species-rich grassland at Cross Hands, Carmarthenshire

Recent declines

A single orchid struggles after the loss of its species rich grassland habitat at Cross Hands Whilst we have seen some great success stories in …

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Honey bees support many species, including us (photo by Margaret Holland)

Securing our own future

Nature isn’t a luxury: our environment underpins the economy. Honey bees support many species, including us (photo by Margaret Holland) All species and their habitats …

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