Bluebells by Tom Marshall Few sights and smells can be as characteristic of a Welsh spring season as a broadleaf woodland carpeted with bluebells and
The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales’ have embarked on a new and innovative project designed to learn more about the elusive harvest mouse
We have embarked on a new and innovative project designed to provide information on the elusive Harvest mouse (Micromys minitus) at Parc Slip nature reserve,
After the recent attack on a baby by a fox a great deal of media hype has occurred with regards to the subject, much of
As snow lay thickly on the ground this month in south Wales, in the cold and the dark, the warm temperatures, luxuriant growth and abundant
Brown hares can be a notoriously difficult species to spot at most times of the year, apart from when their behaviour becomes more exuberant in
The scarce bastard balm plant (Melittis melissophyllum) is a species that the Wildlife Trust is fortunate to have on two of its reserves within Pembrokeshire.
We all associate autumn and winter with woodland management- as the birds finish breeding and temperatures cool, we start our programme of woodland coppicing and