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We have a very busy Wildlife Trust with a great deal happening across our six counties. If you are interested in any press stories please contact Gina Gavigan or Madi Bowden-Parry.

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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Stand For Nature Day!

We are inviting all young people in Cardiff to join our youth-led climate action project, Stand For Nature Wales. If you: 🌳 Are 9 – …

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Wye now?

The River Wye – or Gwy in Welsh – is the UK’s fourth longest river, at 155 miles, and Wales’ second, flowing from Plynlimon to …

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One million legacies left by kind-hearted brits with a 30% rise in gifts and wills

The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales is supporting Remember A Charity in Your Will Week (6th – 12th September) – an annual awareness …

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The weird and wonderful survival strategies of moths and butterflies

Discovering the different ways that moths and butterflies spend the winter When did you last see a caterpillar? They’re often cryptic creatures, with patterns that …

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A Code Red for Climate

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) published a report in August, following a review of 14,000 scientific papers.  They have also published an interactive global …

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Job Opportunity – Nature Recovery Manager

We are looking for someone with sound ecological skills and a passion for wildlife to join our management team, taking a leading role in the …

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The Big Wild Walk is back!

Get your boots on for beavers! It’s time to walk for wildlife and show you care about the nature and climate crisis with The Wildlife …

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Sunflowers power £2 million for nature’s recovery

Wildlife friendly farm, which grows wild bird seed, and 100 acres of sunflowers, celebrates raising £2 million for wildlife conservation. Vine House Farm announced the …

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My Wild Cardiff updates

This month the My Wild Cardiff Project has taken us to some new areas of Cardiff. On a sunny Sunday in July we spent a …

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Do you have five minutes for sharks?

Have you seen any Catsharks aka lesser-spotted dogfish washed up on beaches? Launched on Shark Awareness day in July, Shark Snaps is a new citizen …

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Wales’s all new Rural & Wildlife Crime Coordinator

The Welsh Government have recently funded a 12 month trial of a brand new wildlife crime post within Wales. The new Wales Rural & Wildlife …

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Updates from Skomer Island – Biosecurity explained

Over the last month we have been working with our colleagues at the National Trust to sure up island defences again invasive non-native predators. In …

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