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

View of a forest glade at Coed Penglanowen

Winter Works in Ceredigion

In the last few months we’ve done a variety of jobs but it has included a lot of treepopping! For those that don’t know, treepoppers …

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Skylark in grass at sunset

Winter Seed Crop Project at Llangloffan Fen

Britain’s farmland birds have suffered alarming declines over the last twenty-five years with some species having become locally extinct and many others considered threatened. It …

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Kingfisher Slate

February Fun at the Welsh Wildlife Centre!

Slate Painting Get arty at the Welsh Wildlife Centre this February Half Term! Activities are planned every day from Monday 19 until Friday 23 February …

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Make a bumblebee nest, My Wild Garden Year

February- My Wild Garden Year

For this month’s My Wild Garden Year challenge, we would like you to create an artificial nesting site for queen bumblebees in your garden. Early …

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Connecting People and Nature

The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales are partnering up with Actif Woods to start an exciting 3 year project in Merthyr Tydfil called ‘Connecting …

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My Wild Garden Year My Wild Cardiff Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales

My Wild Garden Year- Introduction

Did you know that in the UK, there is more land managed as gardens than all the nature reserves across the UK put together? Imagine …

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Put Up Bird Boxes, My Wild Garden Year

January- My Wild Garden Year

For this month’s My Wild Garden Year challenge, we would like you to put up nest boxes for birds in your garden. Many garden birds …

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e-Christmas Card - Owl flying

Merry Christmas

Christmas is a time of reflection and an opportunity to look forward, so we wanted to take this opportunity to thank all of our members …

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Building the pop up garden

Who’s up for a challenge?!

Although we’ve still got mince pies to eat and silly festive hats to wear, we are already looking forward to 2018 and the New Years …

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South Gower Coast - rocks looking over the ocean

The Wildlife Trust’s Wonderful Wintery Walks on Gower

Chances are, if you live on Gower, you’ll know all about the amazing wild places the peninsula has to offer, from wild coastal beaches to …

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Lapwing Habitat Management

Parc Slip Nature Reserve continues its habitat management for lapwing each winter while the birds are absent from the reserve. Conservation work parties have started …

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Red squirrel looking down at the camera from a branch above

A Close Call for Red Squirrels in North Wales

Fears for the safety of the red squirrel population on Anglesey were raised after a red squirrel, shown here, was found dead on the Island with a suspected …

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