Category: News

Gretchen Taylor, People and Wildlife Officer at The Welsh Wildlife Centre

Meet Gretchen Taylor, the new People & Wildlife Officer at The Welsh Wildlife Centre

Gretchen is the new People and Wildlife Officer at The Welsh Wildlife Centre, prior to this she worked as a primary school teacher with responsibility

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Light Emerald Moth

Everything is dry!

News from Ceredigion At Rhos Glandenys we spent a day ragwort removing. Although there is very little common ragwort anymore there was a lot of

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An Obvious Topic this Month is the Weather

News from Vine House Farm An obvious topic this month is the weather. About the middle of May someone said to me: ‘We are about

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Gelli Hir – A Woodland Haven for Wildlife & the Community: Transition into Spring

Last time I wrote about this project funded by Enovert Community Trust (formerly Cory Environmental Trust in Britain) we had just spent a very wet

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7D Augmented Reality Experience at Volvo Ocean Race

Living Seas Wales Makes a Splash at Volvo Ocean Race!

The Wildlife Trusts Living Seas Wales (LSW) team have made a big splash at the Volvo Ocean Race, Cardiff. The LSW team launched  their new

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Trevor Thobald at Unknown Wales Conference 2011

Unknown Wales 2018

Following on from the success of last year’s Unknown Wales event, The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales (WTSWW) and the National Museum Wales

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Snowy Owl on Skomer Island in May 2018

Skomer Island Migrant Birds Spotted in May

Skomer Island May 2018 Six Common Scoter were seen off the Mew Stone on the 31st. A Little Egret was in North Valley on the

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Beat the Balsam Challenge

Challenge yourself to help Wildlife Trust eradicate balsam! The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales have been tackling Himalayan Balsam Impatiens glandulifera, a non-native

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Chaffinch sitting on Orange Blossom

The Benefits of Nature

Phil Pickin from Vine House Farm has written a lovely blog post about the benefits of nature; Each of us has our own reasons for

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Red Squirrel eating by Elliot Smith

Why do Red Squirrels wag their tails?

A squirrel’s bushy tail serves many functions, from helping to keep warm like a blanket in winter or cool as it shades its head in

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Teifi Gorge - Woodland

M4 (Junction 34) to A48 and Cardiff Wales Airport transport links

I first drove along the M4 westward from Cardiff on the day it was officially opened in April 1980, to attend a friend’s wedding at

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30 days wild

Stars back national nature challenge 30 Days Wild

50,000 people – and rising – sign up to go wild in June Naturalists, TV presenters and authors are backing The Wildlife Trusts’ national nature

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