Category: Welsh Wildlife Centre News

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Poisoning Pigeons in the Park….

Those of a certain age may recall the American mathematician and humourist Tom Lehrer’s 1959 song “Poisoning Pigeons in the Park”… “All the world seems

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Will we once again see beavers swimming in the Teifi?

The Wildlife Trusts in Wales are leading a project – called the Welsh Beaver Project – which is investigating the potential for reintroducing European beavers

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George volunteering at the Welsh Wildlife Centre

From little acorns

The summer holidays of 2012 saw me applying for a few hours voluntary work at The Wildlife Centre, Cilgerran to augment my varied work experience,

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Teifi Marsh managing flooding

What incredible weather! Water quantity and quality in Afon Teifi

After the storms and rain over the Christmas holidays, Teifi Marshes is completely inundated. Streams have become torrents, summertime ponds look like lakes, and the

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WWC Report – Autumn 2013

Autumn Half Term events were successful and well attended. The week began with an Autumn Fayre consisting of an array of interesting stalls ranging from

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Biomass boiler by WWC N Walton

The Welsh Wildlife Centre benefits from green energy

The replacement of the degrading boiler system at the Welsh Wildlife Centre with a new biomass boiler has finally been completed. The Austrian ‘Guntamatic Powerchip

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Teifi Marshes Orchard: progress update.

Regular readers may remember that we are establishing a traditional orchard at the Welsh Wildlife Centre. Natural England suggest that around 50% of our traditional

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ALL HALLOWS’ Breaks Loose at The Welsh Wildlife Centre

Fabulous Half Term week fun for everyone Sunday 27 October 2013: Autumn Fayre 11am to 5pm. A variety of stalls with great Xmas gift ideas.

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Fairy House

A Busy Year At the Welsh Wildlife Centre

This year The Welsh Wildlife Centre has experienced a very positive response to the range of activities that have been on offer, in an effort

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Planting a traditional orchard at the Welsh Wildlife Centre.

Natural England has reported that some 50% of our traditional orchards have been lost since the 1950s; no doubt having fallen victim to intensive agri-business

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VOLUNTEER WILDLIFE WATCH LEADERS AND HELPERS

We are looking for very special individuals who are fun loving and enthusiastic about wildlife to join us in becoming…. VOLUNTEER WILDLIFE WATCH LEADERS AND

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STOP PRESS – A new ‘Fairy House’ for Tots at The Welsh Wildlife Centre’s Adventure Play Area

These photos show a work in progress of a bespoke Fairy House which is being created by master wood sculptor Simon Hedges.          It

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