We want a greener, healthier and happier Wales We have an exciting opportunity to make changes to land policy in Wales and create a future
The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales has just completed a third year of badger vaccination in its Castle Woods nature reserve, Llandeilo. The
The Principality Puffins touch rugby team was set-up in 2015 and from the very start made a commitment to adopt a Wildlife Trust’s Skomer Island
Fancy a last minute getaway to a dream island off the coast of Pembrokeshire? We’ve still got a few spaces left for a beautifully wild
On 21st July Menna started running at John O’Groats … and she’s still running. Last year Menna approached The Wildlife Trust of South and West
The Wildlife Trust’s award winning Real Food Café at The Welsh Wildlife Centre in Cilgerran near the Historic town of Cardigan is coming to Bridgend.
Professor Robert James (Sam) Berry (1934 – 2018) Dr Tim Healing It is with great sadness that we report the death of Professor Sam Berry.
We are sad to announce that part of The Wetland Trail at Teifi Marshes, the home of The Welsh Wildlife Centre, will be temporarily closing.
The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales’ Red Squirrel Project has been running since 2014 and has been part-funded by people like you choosing