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

Human Superpod at Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre celebrating 20 years of marine conservation

Superpod Success!

There wasn’t anything fishy taking place on Main Beach New Quay over the weekend. In fact, The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales are … Continue reading Superpod Success! »

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Join WTSWW for Halloween 2016

This spooky season The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales is putting on some scarily fun events for all the family to enjoy! Events … Continue reading Join WTSWW for Halloween 2016 »

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WTSWW is up for Awards!

This month has been very exciting at WTSWW as we were nominated for a few different awards! Parc Slip Nature Reserve and Visitor Centre was … Continue reading WTSWW is up for Awards! »

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Dave Astins Takes on the Ironman Wales Challenge

Dave Astins, a supporter of The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales took on the mammoth task of training and competing in the IRONMAN … Continue reading Dave Astins Takes on the Ironman Wales Challenge »

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The New Petrel Station on Skokholm Island has the Team all Fueled Up

The Wildlife Trust’s islands, Skokholm and Skomer, are home to Wales’ most mysterious sea bird, the European Storm Petrel. The wardens on Skokholm Island have … Continue reading The New Petrel Station on Skokholm Island has the Team all Fueled Up »

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Moo-ving Off the Marshes

The most popular members of the Wildlife Trust’s conservation team have done their job for the year and have moved off the Teifi Marshes for … Continue reading Moo-ving Off the Marshes »

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A Walk with Mary at Pwll Waun Cynon

Mary Gillham was a pioneering naturalist, wildlife recorder and diarist who spent much of her life absorbed in the wildlife and wild places of south … Continue reading A Walk with Mary at Pwll Waun Cynon »

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WTSWW Welcomes New Corporate Member

The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales is delighted to welcome CMB Engineering who have recently join the Trust as a corporate member. CMB … Continue reading WTSWW Welcomes New Corporate Member »

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WTSWW on summer migration to Rutland Water

WTSWW staff Rob Parry and Lizzie Wilberforce travelled to Rutland Water this August to promote the work of the Trust at the British Birdwatching Fair. … Continue reading WTSWW on summer migration to Rutland Water »

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Island Bookings for Next Year

Below are the dates and times that the bookings for island stays will open for the 2017 season: Skomer Island Booking opens for 2017 on … Continue reading Island Bookings for Next Year »

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Meet Our New Placement Student

Kate Gwynn is The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales’ new work placement student and will be with us for the next. We are … Continue reading Meet Our New Placement Student »

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Boat Trips with Pembrokeshire Bird & Mid Pembrokeshire Groups

Lyndon Lomax is a member of one of the Local Groups and organises regular boat trips for people to experience our local marine wildlife. All … Continue reading Boat Trips with Pembrokeshire Bird & Mid Pembrokeshire Groups »

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