Category: volunteer

Thank you for your interest in volunteering on Skomer!

Without its weekly volunteers, Skomer simply couldn’t operate. Volunteers play an important part in visitor management and engagement, assisting with morning and afternoon visitor boats …

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Seabird monitoring and chicks – updates from the Skomer Island team!

It’s June already and the team have been busy on the boat counting seabirds. We caught up with Ceris, our Assistant Skomer Warden. Madi, Digital …

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Bog Management at Carmel NNR

The team have been working hard to carry out further bog management at the Carmel National Nature Reserve. Here’s an update from Wildlife Trust Officer, …

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Will you Stand for Nature with us?

Stand for Nature Wales is a youth climate change project with a big ambition! The six Wildlife Trusts in Wales have come together to tackle …

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Brecknock Winter Bird Watch!

Every year Llangorse Lake becomes home to thousands of wonderful winter wildfowl! The lake is the perfect ‘home’ or ‘fuel stop’ for many species as …

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Launch of Climate Change Cymru!

The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales (WTSWW), along with the five other Welsh Wildlife Trusts, are excited to announce a new series of …

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Manx Shearwater Rescue Service – Another busy season!

In August, I told you about ‘Team Shearwater’, our fantastic band of Wildlife Trust volunteers and staff who help to rescue grounded Manx shearwaters as …

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Help Hedgehogs Prepare for Hibernation!

Autumn is a truly magical time of year when nature is at its most colorful. Leaves turn into a mosaic of golds, reds and oranges; …

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Manx Shearwater Rescue Service!

From late August onwards, hundreds of thousands of juvenile Manx shearwaters begin to fledge from the Pembrokeshire Islands. Having spent 70 days in a burrow …

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Stock-checking During Lockdown!

When lockdown started in March 2020 it put a stop to a lot of our activities! Livestock checks however had to carry on for the …

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A magical morning at Llyn Fach

One of the most beautiful sights to have ever met my eyes was Llyn Fach on a frosty February morning. As I walked up the …

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Connecting People and Nature

The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales are partnering up with Actif Woods to start an exciting 3 year project in Merthyr Tydfil called ‘Connecting …

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