On Saturday 13th July, wildlife enthusiast Michael Cunningham jumped out of a plane to raise vital funds for the Wildlife Trust of South and West
August has been a busy time for our hard working volunteers! In Mid August at Vicarage Meadows, Steph cut half of the wildflower meadow with
It’s not often that butterflies make the news, but this year one species has turned up to the UK in their millions. Painted Ladies (Vanessa
Update as of 29th August 2019 Following assessments on 29th August 2019, we have been assured that the visitor centre is safe and structurally sound.
Help secure a future for wildlife in Wales This September we are holding two special legacy events at our visitor centres in Bridgend and Pembrokeshire.
Thanks to the arrival of summer, wildflowers are blooming across the country. Pollinator havens, where a plethora of flora combines to create a technicolour mosaic
This summer The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales’s Living Seas team invites you to join them on an epic adventure to celebrate National
Skomer Island offers an otherworldly experience for all who choose to visit. Although the last of the puffins will soon be setting off on their