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Our 2019 Highlights

Oh what a year we’ve had at The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales! As 2019 draws to a close, we thought it was …

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Top 7 winter reserves to visit this Christmas!

Winter is in full-swing, the nights are drawing in and the temperature is dropping. It can be very tempting to hide away from the elements …

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Feed Rudolph (and the birds) this Christmas!

Rudolph and friends won’t be the only hungry ones this Christmas! It may be tempting to buy ready made reindeer food, but beware! Many shop …

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Living Seas Wales 2019 Overview –South and West Wales

The Living Seas Wales Project is a collaboration between The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales (WTSWW) and North Wales Wildlife Trust (NWWT) and …

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Meilyr Tomos spreads Christmas cheer at the Welsh Wildlife Centre!

You may remember the devastating news that the Kingfisher Hide at our Teifi Marshes Nature Reserve had been burnt down in an act of vandalism. …

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A Year in the Valleys

As we head towards January I find myself feeling baffled at the passing of another year. Where did the time go? Working for a nature …

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Big changes afoot: managing Ash Dieback on WTSWW nature reserves

Many of our members and supporters will have heard of ash dieback – a disease of ash trees, which was first reported in the UK …

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News from Vine House Farm

The Wildlife Trusts have been in partnership with conservation award-winning Vine House Farm Bird foods since 2007 because their business is committed to protecting and …

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After habitat management at National Grid site in margam

Habitat Management at National Grid Electricity Transmission’s Margam Substation

In 2019, National Grid approached The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales (WTSWW) to work with them on a sustainability project located on National …

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General Election 2019: The results are in – so what does it mean for nature?

Concern for the environment is at a record high. Over a quarter of Britons now cite it as one of the top three issues facing …

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Remembering Peter Davis MBE

Peter Davis MBE 1929 – 2019 Although known to many as the ‘The Kite Man’ receiving an MBE in 2006 for his services to Red …

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What would we do without our volunteers?

The focus has been on maintenance work on the Brecknock Nature Reserves this month. Apart from managing habitats by controlling brambles and scrub that encroach …

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