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

Moth by Vaughn

Moth & bat night at St. Augustine’s Church, Penarth

St. Augustine’s Church In 2015 we were approached by the Friends of St. Augustine’s Church in Penarth in order to carry out an ecological appraisal

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Welsh Wildlife Centre

Christmas Already! – at WWC

Now you may be thinking that it’s a touch to early to be thinking about Christmas already! But we’ve got an ongoing event that you’re

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Great Crested Newt at Prior's Wood

Wriggly, Wiggly Great Crested Newts

Lucky happenstance What’s that there wriggling in the bottom of the hole? As part of making improvements to the fencing around the meadow at Prior’s

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Llangloffan Fen

Improved access at Llangloffan Fen

Llangloffan Fen nature reserve is a popular site located just east of Mathry, near Castlemorris in Pembrokeshire. The reserve has benefitted in recent years from

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Beaver

Author and Photographer’s Wildlife Talk

David Bailey is a wildlife photographer and author who, over the past year, has been working with us on our Welsh Beaver Project to bring

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Marsh Fritillary - Amy Lewis

Butterfly Surveys in Ceredigion

The Wildlife Trust team in Ceredigion have been busy over the past month surveying Marsh Fritillaries on our nature reserves. Em Foot, our Wildlife Trust

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October- My Wild Garden Year

For this month’s My Wild Garden Year challenge, look after your hibernating Hedgehogs by building a home for them in your garden.    Hedgehogs are declining across

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WTSWW's Annual General Meeting 2017

New Trustees Wanted

Do you have what it takes to be a Trustee? We welcome applications from a wide range of people to reflect the diverse make-up of

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Skokholm Volunteers digging out the sediment at North Pond

Have you been to Skokholm yet?

Our dream island is located two miles off the south west Pembrokeshire coast and is the perfect remote getaway for any wildlife enthusiast! We currently

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Manx Shearwater. Photo Annette Fayet

Grounded Manx Shearwaters

The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales and researchers from Oxford University are asking residents of Wales to look out for one of our

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Water butt from celtic sustainables

Rainwater Harvesting for dry spells: A forgotten technology

With the heatwaves that we’ve had over the last few months we thought it would be a good time to get our sponsors from this

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Geoff Powell, Wildlife Trust Volunteer

Volunteering by Geoff Powell

I’m a life member, regular volunteer and volunteer warden with The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales. You might have heard of our glorious

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