Category: Wildlife Blog

A View of the Bay (week 3)

Living Seas volunteer Andy usually spends his time conducting Dolphin Watch surveys for Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre however, due to COVID-19 all our research work

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A View of the Bay (week 2)

Living Seas volunteer Andy usually spends his time conducting Dolphin Watch surveys for Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre however, due to COVID-19 all our research work from

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A View of the Bay

Living Seas volunteer Andy usually spends his time conducting Dolphin Watch surveys for Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre however, due to COVID-19 all our research

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Help Wildlife Survive this Winter

There are little things that we can all do this winter to ensure that the colder season is easier for our local wildlife friends. Here are

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Bird Feeder Wreath Wildlife Trust

Make your own Festive Bird Feeders!

At this cold time of year, it’s very important to keep feeding your garden birds to help them survive the winter. This year, why not

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Toad Patrol Caroline Cubbin

Toads on Roads

This is the time of year that toads migrate to the breeding ponds, often in very large numbers. Unfortunately in some places, this requires them to

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Responsible dog walking

Are you a responsible dog owner?

As the Wildlife Trust Officer for Pembrokeshire, I always look forward to the arrival of spring when across the county, signs of life slowly start

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Spalting or Pseudosclerotial plates by Graham Watkeys

Fighting Fungi

Spalting or Pseudosclerotial plates by Graham Watkeys Spalting or Pseudosclerotial plates It’s easy even for fungologists to forget that the objects of our interest are

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A Queen Buff-tailed Bumblebee with some Mites hitching a lift by Graham Watkeys

Bumblebee mites

A queen buff-tailed bumblebee with some mites hitching a lift by Graham Watkeys It’s the time of year when bee royalty can be seen hunting

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Swansea Makes a Splash- Rain Gardens Officially Opened

Today, on St David’s Day, a day of celebration for Wales, the opening of a new Rain Garden was celebrated in Swansea. The Wildlife Trust

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We’re Singing in the Rain!

Earlier this year, the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales were engaged by Natural Resources Wales to create a Sustainable Drainage Scheme (SuDS) in the

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Hair-ice at Taf Fechan caused by Exidiopsis efussa by Graham Watkeys

Hair Ice

Hair Ice by Graham Watkeys Number 545 Another entry in the occasional series of updates on the species recorded at Taf Fechan and this is

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