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

Hedd Thomas at Parc Slip

Work Experience goes Wild

My name is Hêdd Thomas and I am doing a weeks work experience with The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales. I’m 15 years old …

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New Deluxe Bug Hotels Open in Cardiff!

On Monday 10th July, we set up camp outside Chapter Arts Centre in Cardiff and invited people to come along and make their own bug …

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New Trustees Wanted

CAN YOU HELP THE WILDLIFE TRUST PROTECT WILDLIFE FOR THE FUTURE? NEW TRUSTEES WANTED! We want to build a diverse and inclusive Board that reflects …

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Volunteer Wardens Wanted

The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales is seeking volunteer wardens for Witford Point sand dunes We’re working in partnership with the UK’s leading regeneration …

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Skomer Island Birds, May 2017

  Here’s an update on the list of migrant birds spotted on Skomer Island during May… A Grey Heron flew over on the 11th. A …

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Beaver Watching

The Welsh Beaver Project has teamed up with The Bevis Trust (TBT) as a partner organisation in reintroducing beavers to Wales. The Bevis Trust is a charitable …

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Celebrating 10 Years with Vine House Farm

Some of you may have bought bird feed and other exciting things from Vine House Farm in the past. But for those of you who have yet …

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Bee a Wildlife Friendly Gardener

Bees, butterflies and hedgehogs are all spiralling into decline in Wales and the future for garden wildlife is looking pretty bleak. However, The Wildlife Trust …

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Emperor dragonfly Parc Slip by Janet

Dazzling Dragonflies and Damselflies at Parc Slip

Odonata (dragonflies and damselflies) have remained virtually unchanged for millions of years. Over 40 species of breeding dragonfly and damselfly can be found in the …

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Biffa Award funding helps restore beautiful upland reserve

Over the last two years funding from Biffa Award has allowed WTSWW to carry out a range of vital work at Llyn Fach Nature Reserve …

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Ceredigion Update

With the brambles, grass and bracken growing quickly we’ve cleared the paths at several reserves including Penderi Cliffs, Old Warren Hill and Coed Simdde Lwyd. …

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Thank you to responsible dog walkers

You may have seen that we have been asking dog walkers at Parc Slip to keep their dogs on leads around the nature reserve. There …

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