Category: Ceredigion News

Red squirrel looking down at the camera from a branch above

New Kit on the Block

An exciting new development for the red squirrel project in mid Wales! Evidence from red squirrel hairs has provided positive news about the condition of

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Meadow Management in Ceredigion

Work at reserves in Ceredigion Strimming, strimming, strimming… This month The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales, and a dedicated team of volunteers, have

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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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May into June in Ceredigion

Here’s an update from our conservation officer, Em Foot, based in Ceredigion; It has been a pleasure to have some sunny, dry weather! We continued

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volunteering in Ceredigion

Volunteer activities in Ceredigion this month

Signs of Spring greeted the Ceredigion team Despite thinking we’d finished removing willow from one of the meadows at Rhos Pil Bach we found some

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Ceredigion local group walk

Come Join Us in Cardigan

Are you local to the Cardigan area? Do you want to help your local wildlife, meet new people and learn new skills? The South Ceredigion

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Conservation work

What’s happening in Ceredigion

Winter Works in Ceredigion The treepoppers (and volunteers!) have been working hard again this month! (Treepoppers are large levers that remove the whole tree with

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View of a forest glade at Coed Penglanowen

Winter Works in Ceredigion

In the last few months we’ve done a variety of jobs but it has included a lot of treepopping! For those that don’t know, treepoppers

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Lift Upgrade works at The Welsh Wildlife Centre

  The lift at the Welsh Wildlife Centre is to undergo full refurbishment starting on Thursday 4th May. This will mean that from this date

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Lift upgrade works at The Welsh Wildlife Centre

Vital works to the lift at The Visitors Centre The Lift at The Welsh Wildlife Centre is to undergo a full refurbishment, with work starting

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Dormouse Hibernating - Danny Green

A Recap of 2016

We are thrilled with what we achieved in 2016 and thought we should share a few of the highlights with you, so here they are…

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An Update from Ceredigion

August in Ceredigion has been very successful, WTSWW’s Wildlife Officer – Emily Foot – and some dedicated volunteers have been pulling ragwort and cutting back some

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