Category: Pembrokeshire News

Bastard balm in flower by N Walton

Rare plant gets a helping hand

The scarce bastard balm plant (Melittis melissophyllum) is a species that the Wildlife Trust is fortunate to have on two of its reserves within Pembrokeshire.

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Osprey nest by Tommy Evans

Wonderful Day Out at the Welsh Wildlife Centre

There are some exciting new initiatives arriving at the Welsh Wildlife Centre in Cilgerran in the next nine months.  Last week we had an osprey

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Osprey by Andrew Mason

Nature reserve provides high rise accommodation for ospreys

Teifi Marshes, a nature reserve managed by the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales in north Pembrokeshire, has a new addition to its site

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Willow blister by David Harries

Rare Pembrokeshire fungus found on Wildlife Trust reserve makes world most threatened list

An extremely rare species of fungus, found in four sites in Pembrokeshire, one of which is under the Wildlife Trust of South & West Wales’ management, Dowrog Common, has

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The sun shines at the Pembrokeshire BioBlitz

Pembrokeshire’s first BioBlitz held on the 21st and 22nd of July, was a resounding success seeing great weather with good numbers of people attending the

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Students Receive John Muir Award

John Muir Award

Students studying the Pre-GCSE course at Coleg Ceredigion recently received the John Muir Environmental Award in recognition of their volunteering work at a Teifi Marshes

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Welsh Wildlife Centre Insect Hotel

An Insect Palace

Made by Teifi Marshes Wildlife Watch Group Our insect palace was made by placing pallets on top of one another.  We filled each one with

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Yellowhammer in Gorse by Harry Hogg

Gorse – you either love it or hate it!

Recent reserve tasks at Llanngloffan Fen have continued with the annual works of scrub control with the main emphasis this season to tackle the numerous

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pile of files

Skokholm Archives Project

Although the first phase of this project will be completed at the end of March, The Friends of Skokholm and Skomer are only just beginning

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Westfield Pill New Access by N Walton

Westfield Pill Nature Reserve– A gateway to the countryside

The final improvements to access at Westfield Pill nature reserve have taken place with great success. Locals to the area are now able to cycle

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Alan Gathering Thatching Materials by N Walton

Reed All About It

Reedbeds across Pembrokeshire have been a key resource for Alan Jones, a master thatcher in Wales, and this year he celebrates his 30th year of

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Students of St Mary's School

School benefits from Wildlife Trust involvement

The Wildlife Trust’s Voluntary Warden for Westfield Pill nature reserve, Barry Potter, has only been in position for a year and has already proven to

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