Category: Marine

Living Seas Wales is going LIVE!

Lights, camera….action! TV Wildlife Presenter Lizzie Daly and the Wildlife Trusts’ Living Seas Wales team are going LIVE on Saturday 23rd January at 10:30am to celebrate …

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Dolphin Watch LIVE!

Dolphin Watch Live, the opportunity to watch Cardigan Bay dolphins from your own home! As part of the Living Seas Wales project The Wildlife Trust …

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An Eco-Friendly Festive Season

It’s the time of year when people start to think about the dreaded “C” word … but did you know in the UK alone we …

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Manx Shearwater Rescue Service – Another busy season!

In August, I told you about ‘Team Shearwater’, our fantastic band of Wildlife Trust volunteers and staff who help to rescue grounded Manx shearwaters as …

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We will not give up! Re-opening Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre Visitor Centre (CBMWC)

So far 2020 has been a rather “unusual” year for everyone, it certainly has been for us in many ways. Unfortunately our WTSWW Cardigan Bay …

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Recycling Symbols Explained

Reduce, reuse, recycle. It’s a tune we’re all familiar with, and a message that has been clear since the 1970’s…Or has it? Recycling can sometimes …

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Autumn Clean Cymru 2020

After sadly postponing Spring Clean Cymru due to COVID-19, Keep Wales Tidy excitedly announced that Autumn Clean Cymru would be taking place from the 11th …

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Shearwater by Joe Wynn

Manx Shearwater Rescue Service!

From late August onwards, hundreds of thousands of juvenile Manx shearwaters begin to fledge from the Pembrokeshire Islands. Having spent 70 days in a burrow …

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What is an Oil Spill?

Over the past month we’ve watched as the MV Wakashio has leaked approximately 1,000 tonnes of oil into the pristine waters, and surrounding reefs, of …

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New born Seal pup Lisa Morgan

Skomer Seal Season

With seabird monitoring coming to an end, August might seem like the perfect time for our Skomer wardens Nathan and Slywia to take some time …

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When Beach Cleaning Goes Bad!

As we all know the corona virus lockdown has thrown up many challenges. Here at The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales (WTSWW) some …

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"The leatherback turtle, Mike Alexander left, with Peter Morgan, outside the National Museum of Wales coal store in Cardiff, 25th September 1988 © Mike Alexander".

Our Leatherbacks!

Every summer our seas are just about warm enough for turtles to come in after their favourite food – jellyfish! We’ve had all, but one …

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