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A View of the Bay (week 5)

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 (week 4)

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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Discover Marine Wildlife!

For many people out there, parents in particular, lockdown has provided a new challenge…teaching. With most schools in Wales being closed to all expect the …

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Skokholm's History

Update from our Dream Island!

After a long spell of rough weather, jumping off the Dale Princess onto the seaweed covered South Haven jetty on 16th March was our latest …

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Red Squirrels in Clywedog!

Red squirrels have been surviving in an isolated area of mid Wales since before the incursion of American Greys. The Mid Wales Red Squirrel Partnership …

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Picture perfect. Images of Wales to help fundraise for the Trust!

Photographer and Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales (WTSWW) Trustee, Mike Alexander has kindly decided to make all of his wonderful photographs available, via …

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Anti-social behaviour on Nature Reserves during lockdown!

While the majority of people respect our precious nature reserves, unfortunately  a minority do not. This can take up a lot of time for our …

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Marine Mammal Skulls (and Crossbones)

The ‘Skull and Crossbones’ flag traditionally associated with pirates is, clearly, not the only skull found in/on the ocean. Invertebrates, such as jellyfish and octopus, …

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Welcome to Dan’s Wild Space!

We are very excited to be working with local wildlife enthusiast Dan Rouse to bring you monthly updates of Dan’s Wild Space! Dan will be …

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Covid -19 Update and Future

An Update from Sarah Kessell CEO of The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales We earn around half of our income through tourism, which …

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Garden Wildlife Filming – Top Hints & Tips!

Camera traps are wildly used by our Conservation team as part of species monitoring, they are also a great way to see what wildlife is …

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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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