Calling all Wildlife Artists!

Can you help Krystal with her fundraising art auction?

WTSWW volunteer, Krystal King is putting together a Wildlife Art auction to raise funds for the Trust. If you're a wildlife artist reading this or know anyone in the industry, then please take a moment to consider helping Krystal with this appeal.

Krystal King...

Krystal King

Krystal, WTSWW Volunteer

Krystal is an active and wonderful WTSWW volunteer who lives and teaches Art in Pembrokeshire, West Wales. For the past 3 years Krystal has volunteered as a committee member, and now chairperson, for our Wildlife Trust Pembrokeshire Local Group.

The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales (WTSWW)...
The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales (WTSWW) is a conservation charity covering over a third of Wales and nearly half of Wales’s coastline. They manage over 100 nature reserves covering a wide range of habitats, including nearly 50 Sites of Special Scientific Interest. Some nature reserves are large, some are small but each one is special and many contain rare and endangered species. A lot of the WTSWW's income comes from eco-tourism to the islands of Skomer and Skokholm and the visitor centres on its reserves. These sources of income have been hit hard by the Covid 19 restrictions.

Krystal's appeal to you...
If you're a wildlife artist reading this I expect that you value the natural world and the work that goes into protecting areas for wildlife as much as I do. I am in the process of setting up an online Wildlife Art auction to raise funds to support the WTSWW. I would like you to consider a donation of Artwork that can be auctioned. I have been named as a seller for the WTSWW on eBay, which will be the platform for the auction. All money raised from sales will go directly to their central funds. Before auctioning starts, I will be producing a brochure of the lots to send out to our members and the wider public. If you would like a piece of your Art to be included to help the WTSWW in these difficult times, please contact me via email -

I hope we can work together to help protect nature.

Stay Wild.
Krystal King