We have a very busy Wildlife Trust with a great deal happening across our four counties.

If you are interested in any press stories please contact Gina Gavigan 01656 724 100

The pond at Y Byddwn

Y Byddwn Nature Reserve

Aside from working on Y Byddwn, a local Farmer has allowed me to coppice very tall and shade forming hazel along a 200 metre stretch

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Shear brilliance for Pembrokeshire’s islands!

Manx Shearwater by Dave Boyle Three small islands off the coast of Pembrokeshire are flying high this month, as the latest seabird census results indicate

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An appeal for those who don't affiliate with a county but would like to support our red squirrel appeal

We’re Recruiting for a Conservation Manager

The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales is seeking to recruit a Conservation Manager to cover Bridgend, the Vale and Cardiff. We are looking

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Parc Slip Visitor Centre Tondu

Half Term Activities at Parc Slip Nature Reserve

This half term, get out into the fresh air and explore the wildlife of Parc Slip with our family-friendly wildlife events Restored from its previous

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Spring Bulb Planters (WWC)

Family Fun this February at the Welsh Wildlife Centre

This February at the Welsh Wildlife Centre, bring the whole family along for some fantastic crafty events starting from the 18th February-1st March 2019. Over

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A path of bluebells on Skomer Island

Discover Your Wild Side In 2019!

Are you potty about Porpoises and Puffins? Do you know your Razorbill from your Guillemot? Curious about the Cardigan Bay Big 3? To celebrate the

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Oak tree Cottage - the cwtch

Wild Stays and Lazy Days at Oak Tree Cottage!

2019 is the Visit Wales ‘Year of Discovery’ and we can’t think of a better place to start this epic year than a long or

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lapwing flying over water

Lapwings at Parc Slip

A spring walk around Parc Slip Nature Reserve is incomplete without hearing the characteristic ‘pee-wit’ call of breeding lapwings. From late February onwards, it is

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Andrew King checking nestboxes in Andrew King checking nest boxes at Coed Dyrysiog

Successful nest box results on former Brecknock Wildlife Trust Reserves

In grateful recognition of a legacy donated to Brecknock Wildlife Trust (before it merged with WTSWW), Trust staff and volunteers wished to strengthen the provision

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inside a blue tit nest at Drostre Wood

Giving Wildlife a Gift

David Phillips was a member of the former Brecknock Wildlife Trust, along with his wife Jane.  Jane asked that the donations from his funeral go

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Leat restoration at Dowrog common

Leat restoration on Dowrog Common

Dowrog Common nature reserve, a 242-acre extensive tract of wet and dry heath with pools and fen in west Pembrokeshire, has been the focus of

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500 Club Winners for January

The lucky winners for the 500 Club in January are: 1st           392         Mr J Bowden 2nd          3             Mrs Denise Cross

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