Category: Pembrokeshire News

Wildflower Walk by Suzsanna Bird

Guided Walk Leaders Needed – Teifi Marsh

We are looking for local people, around the Cardigan area, to help recreate a team of guided walk volunteers on the Teifi Marshes Nature Reserve

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Baby bufallo by Nathan Walton

Buffalo Boy

   A surprise was in store for the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales on their Teifi Marsh Nature Reserve. Local assistant, John Thomas,

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Ray With Skomer Vole by L Maiden

Ray Mears’ Wild Britain on Skomer – October 21st ITV

Back in May of this year the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales had the pleasure of a visit from Ray Mears and his

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Goodwick Moor - Willow Removal by Nathan Walton

Anyone for Willow?

Now that the bird nesting season is over, it is time for habitat management works to take on a more prominent role in weekly reserve

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Brown Hairstreak by J Hambley

Success for South Pembrokeshire Local Group and Brown Hairstreak Bank Holiday

Members of the South Pembs group were delighted to learn last month that their application for an ‘Awards For All’ grant had been successful. The

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Skokholm Lighthouse - Photo by L Wilberforce

Skokholm Island Appeal – a beacon for wildlife

The Wildlife Trust of South & West Wales today announced plans to buy Skokholm lighthouse and the surrounding land, to fill in the last piece

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New Boardwalk at Llangloffan Fen Photo by Gareth Davies

Llangloffan Fen – open for business August 2011

The Wildlife Trust owned section of Llangloffan Fen National Nature Reserve is now open to the public after two years of hard work by the

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Natural Partners

Manor House Wildlife Park have become members of the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales, offering support in a variety of exciting ways. ‘It’s

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Bluestone Become Corporate Members

Trust’s New Partner to Transform Ecologically Poor Land into a Wildlife Haven The Trust and Bluestone, in Pembrokeshire, have worked together in the past, but

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