Category: Press Releases

We are an active organisation with many interesting stories to tell about our incredible wildlife. To find out more please contact Gina Gavigan  or Carys Evans on 01656 724100

Painted Lady by Bob Coyle

Cwm Colhuw Nature Reserve gets funding boost

Cwm Colhuw Nature Reserve gets funding boost This stunning 12 hectare nature reserve, near Llantwit Major, is managed by the Wildlife Trust of South and

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Himalayan balsam control by Lizzie Wilberforce

Afan Valley Balsam Bashing

Afan Valley Balsam Bashing The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales is looking for some willing volunteers to take on a foreign invader. Himalayan

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Lavernock looking out to Sully Island

Lavernock Open Day

Join the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales’ volunteers at the stunning Lavernock Point Nature Reserve for an open day to explore this beautiful

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Wales Volunteer of the YearAward Ceremony Tuesday 12 June 2012

Times are hard, but volunteers keep giving – and winning awards

Despite current hardship caused by the recession, Wales’s premier volunteer awards scheme is proving that people are continuing to give their time for the benefit

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Himalayan balsam by Amy Lewis

Help us fight off alien invaders!

The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales needs your help preventing an alien invader from threatening our native plants. Himalayan balsam is a highly

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Miranda Krestovnikoff

Star of Coast to Talk at Unknown Wales Conference

Miranda Krestovnikoff, the presenter from Coast, will be our star presenter at our Unknown Wales conference this Saturday. Miranda has a long and creditable career

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Pied Flycatcher R Parry

Creating a Wild Home in Coed y Bedw

Thanks to support from Environment Wales and Biffaward, the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales (WTSWW) has been able to secure a grant to

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Bluebell by Don Sutherland

Bluebells in Peril

The magic of a bluebell wood stays with you forever and once you re-enter any woodland carpeted in the mesmeric blue of this wonderful flower

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Red squirrel by Margaret Holland

Taking action to save our red squirrels

A new project in the Cothi and Gwenffrwd valleys in north-east Carmarthenshire has seen conservationists, foresters and volunteers coming together to take action this spring

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Welsh Wildlife Centre by Stuart Hall

Iolo Williams Thinks It’s Got Absolutely Everything

Well he would wouldn’t he? Our favourite Springwatch presenter is a regular visitor to The Teifi Marshes Nature Reserve at Cilgerran, just outside Cardigan. And

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Coed y Bwl wild daffodil woods, near St. Brides Major by Richard Marks

Coed Y Bwl Open Day

Coed-y-Bwl Reserve’s celebrated wild daffodils were in full bloom for the Bridgend Group’s highly successful Open Day on Sunday when their new information board and

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Badger by Jon Hawkins

Our Response to the Badger Vaccination Programme

Press Release – For Immediate Release The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales welcomes the decision of John Griffiths to pursue vaccination of badgers

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