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

A balsam bashing work party

Bashing Balsam

The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales have been tackling Himalayan Balsam, Impatiens glandulifera, a non-native invasive species. Introduced to Kew gardens London in …

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Skomer Island Migrant Report April 2018

What’s been spotted on Skomer last month? Two Red Kites came over the island on the 21st. At least one Hen Harrier remained until the …

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West Williamston Reserve path

Paths at West Williamston Reserve get a makeover

Since the nesting season started, work at the Wildlife Trust’s West Williamston nature reserve in south Pembrokeshire has moved away from habitat management tasks such …

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Whitsun Fun at the Welsh Wildlife Centre!

Pay a visit to the Welsh Wildlife Centre this Whitsun half term for a whole host of fun activities! Archery at the Welsh Wildlife Centre …

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Living Seas Wales Awarded National Lottery Support!

North Wales Wildlife Trust and The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales have received a confirmed grant of (£587,600) from the Heritage Lottery Fund …

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30 days wild

New research reveals nature’s beauty increases happiness

30 Days Wild pioneers action to connect people with natural beauty The Wildlife Trusts’ annual nature challenge 30 Days Wild encourages people to do something …

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Spectacular red sandstone cliffs of Skokholm Island

Skokholm Breaks this spring

Lying in the Celtic Sea two miles off the south west Pembrokeshire coast is Skokholm Island. This beautiful and wild island has its own charm …

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Teal on Skomer

Skomer Island March 2018

Migrants on Skomer Many of this month’s peak counts were caused by the extreme cold spells at the beginning and middle of the month. Monthly …

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Pwll-y-Wrach waterfall

Brecknock Nature Reserves

You may have already heard about Brecknock Wildlife Trust (BWT) merging with The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales (WTSWW) at the beginning of …

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Long Forest Hedgerow Project at Llangloffan Fen

Over the winter months volunteers have been busy planting a 200m length of hedgerow at Llangloffan Fen nature reserve near Mathry. This made a welcome …

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A Reed bunting sitting on a branch

News from Vine House Farm

Vine House Farm grow and sell sustainable bird feed and 5% of their profits goes to The Wildlife Trusts. March was a cold wet month, …

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Paul Davies AM visits skomer

Paul Davies AM Visits Skomer Island National Nature Reserve

Paul Davies, the Conservative Assembly Member for Preseli Pembrokeshire, joined the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales, Natural Resources Wales and the University of …

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