Category: News

Birdwatching weekend: Spring Migration Events 2020

  DESCRIPTION: Skomer is a fantastic destination for birdwatching and it regularly turns up some locally uncommon, scarce and rare birds. It also has nationally important …

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Fabulous Fungi in Brecknock

Our Brecknock team and supporters on 13th October embarked on a Fungus Walk at Buckland Hill, near Bwlch, Powys. An incredible, over 40 species of fungi …

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Saving Priors Meadow – Project Update

Our Saving Priors Meadow project team have been busy continuing the vital work to manage and improve Priors Meadow, Gower. Paul Thornton, Senior Wildlife Trust …

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Arson Attack Destroys Bird Hide at Welsh Wildlife Centre!

We are devastated to announce that our popular Kingfisher hide, located on the Wetlands Trail of the Welsh Wildlife Centre and Teifi Marshes Nature Reserve …

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Have you booked your Christmas party?

Now you may be thinking that it’s a touch to early to be thinking about Christmas already! But we’ve got an ongoing event that you’re …

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Preparing for Winter Wildlife

It’s that time of year again, leaves are starting to turn and we are back to the clear crisp mornings of autumn. With the buzz …

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Top Tips for a Plastic Free Halloween

Halloween is often a great time for spooky family fun, but unfortunately it is often full of plastic. If Halloween costumes and masks to copious …

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Our Wilder Future – what does it mean and how can we get there?

A blog by Sarah Kessell, CEO of The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales Finally, the issue of climate breakdown has reached the mainstream …

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Halloween is coming to Parc Slip!

Parc Slip is about to get spooky for Halloween!  Drop in anytime between 11am-3pm from 26th October to 1st November for a spooktacular pumpkin quiz …

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3401 pieces of rubbish collected on Gower beach!

The aspect of the beach and rocky shore at Overton Mere means it accumulates a vast amount of marine debris in a short period of …

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Highs and Lows of Marsh Fritillary Larval Web Counts

It was a dismal drizzly morning when Pauline met volunteers as well as representatives from Butterfly Conservation and Buglife at Cae Lynden to look for …

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Do you have your tickets for Unknown Wales yet?

There is still time! From secretive birds to rare sharks, we will shed some light on some of the amazing creatures we are lucky enough …

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