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 and Carys Evans - 01656 724 100

David Gray Shares New Fundraising Song to Support the Trust!

Skomer is unique and irreplaceable, and must be protected – David Gray British singer-songwriter David Gray Running on the Waves is the new fundraising song …

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Skomer Bluebells. Credit Mike Alexander

Skomer Vegetation Management Plan

Management Plan – Vegetation Skomer revised 2020

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Working with nature for our future – WTSWW consultation document.

We need a new strategy and a new plan for the future in order to play our part in tackling the climate and ecological crises. …

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Welcome to WTSWW’s new Chair, Mike Alexander!

The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales (WTSWW) is pleased to announce that at the forthcoming Annual General Meeting (AGM) on 14th January 2021, …

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a group of puffins on skomer

Skomer Island Field Worker

We are looking for a committed and enthusiastic person to contribute to our seabird monitoring work on Skomer between mid-April and mid-August 2021. The post is residential …

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Management Planning

Management planning guide by Mike Alexander This is a simple step by step guide; it contains limited historical and other background information on management planning. …

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Learn how to make Ocean Origami!

Are you still looking for ways to use up your leftover wrapping paper? Why not try out one of our Ocean Origami sessions!? What will …

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Sign up for #12DaysWild: the winter nature challenge!

What’s the best part about Christmas? The start of #12DaysWild, of course! 😉 From 25th December to 5th January, we challenge you to do one …

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WTSWW’s Annual General Meeting.

Another year has passed, and what an eventful year 2020 has been for the Trust! Join us on Thursday 14th January 2021 at 7pm for …

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Dolphin Watch LIVE!

Dolphin Watch Live, the opportunity to watch Cardigan Bay dolphins from your own home! As part of the Living Seas Wales project The Wildlife Trust …

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Our 2020 Wildlife Trust Round-up!

There has been more up’s and down’s than the world’s longest rollercoaster! 2020, the year where two-thirds of our colleagues were furloughed and the countryside …

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Celebrating the career of Nigel Ajax-Lewis, our wildlife champion!

Nigel Ajax -Lewis, WTSWW’s Biodiversity and Policy Manager will start a new chapter in his conservation journey from January 2021 and leave the Trust with …

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Quick Move Now – Our latest Business Wildlife Champion!

We would like to welcome Quick Move Now as our latest Business Wildlife Champion. A family run business with links to south Wales, Quick Move …

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