Category: Pembrokeshire News

Hammer the Woodpecker

Hammertime

Meet the latest addition to our team at The Welsh wildlife Centre. This is Hammer, the Greater Spotted Woodpecker in his new home. He was

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Sand martin Structure

New Sand martin accommodation available at Teifi Marshes

Sand martins in the locality of our Teifi Marshes nature reserve can now benefit from further nesting opportunities as a new artificial nesting structure has

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Llangloffan Fen Ponds

Amphibians and reptiles get a helping hand at Llangloffan Fen

We have recently benefitted from funding from Amphibian and Reptile Conservation to restore and create new ponds at its Llangloffan Fen nature reserve. Llangloffan Fen

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Burning at Dowrog Common

Burning returns to Dowrog Common

This winter has seen the return of the practice of burning to help manage the mosaic of habitats found on Dowrog Common nature reserve. Burning

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Sedge Warbler Teifi Marsh

A year of monitoring birds at Teifi Marshes

As the days get longer and migrant birds start to head back from warmer places, the Teifi Ringing Group have been looking back over the

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Skomer's bluebells

Skomer Island 5

Pack Your Sense of Adventure and get ready for the Skomer Island 5 experience. There is so much to see and do on the amazing

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Badger roadkill Apr 09 by L Wilberforce

Play your part in the bovine TB eradication programme

We need your help. As part of a Welsh Government programme to learn more about bovine TB infection in our badger population they have commissioned

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Ben and Annette on Skomer Island

Voluntary research assistantship in seabird behaviour & ecology Skomer Island & University of Oxford

We are looking for an enthusiastic, hardworking young biologist to work as a voluntary Research Assistant to help with our pelagic seabird research on Skomer

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Puffin with sand eels in May weed

Puffins Hit Hard by Last Winter’s Storms

As the first storms of the winter turn the Atlantic into a gargantuan washing machine, research is revealing the harsh consequences of last winter’s storms

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Jewel anemones by Sally Sharrock

Wales takes the plunge into protecting seas

Today (Friday 12 December) the Welsh Government designated its first Marine Conservation Zone (MCZ).  This announcement means that the seas around Skomer Island off the

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Kestrel box going into place

The North Ceredigion Kestrel Project

As you are probably aware, the Megan Jones Legacy enabled a project led by Mike Hayward to get under way providing nest boxes for kestrels.

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Seal Pupping Season on Skomer Island

The relative quiet of August on Skomer Island allows us to catch our breath after the sea bird season. But our seal cows are busy

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