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


Response to Badger Cull Article in the Carmarthenshire Journal

The original article in the Carmarthenshire Journal Dear Editor It is unfortunate that Simon Hart MP has further clouded the already complex bovine TB debate

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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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David Bailey - Monsters The Winning Image

David Bailey’s ‘Monsters’

The results of the prestigious Welsh Wildlife Photography Competition were announced at an award ceremony on Sunday 23 October, with the first prize going to

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Darwin and Tivyside Schools by L Richards

New partnership opens across the Tivyside schools

The Darwin Centre and the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales’ Welsh Wildlife Centre in Cilgerran have begun a new partnership using Darwin’s biological

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First British Badger Vaccination Trial Results Published

The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales has been campaigning against the badger cull and for a vaccination programme since 2009. Vaccinating badgers against

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Skokholm Lighthouse - photo by L Maiden

Wales Shows Enlightened Support for Skokholm Appeal

After launching their £250,000 Appeal to purchase the lighthouse and surrounding land on Skokholm Island the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales have been

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WildlifeXpo (London) – less than two weeks to go!

Just the ticket for wildlife fans The first ever WildlifeXpo will take place at London’s Alexandra Palace on Friday 14 and Saturday 15 October 2011.

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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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Local Residents Free Parking Scheme at Welsh Wildlife Centre

We are giving free parking to people living within the SA43 postcode area. The new scheme starts 1 June 2011. We have previously offered free

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