Category: Press Releases

We are an active organisation with many interesting stories to tell about our incredible wildlife. To find out more please contact Gina Gavigan  or Carys Evans on 01656 724100

Appeal success for Skomer Island

On August 5th, staff on The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales’ Skomer Island were delighted to take delivery of two new vehicles, a

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Funding Boost for Red Squirrel Conservation

Enthusiastic volunteers joined project staff last month for a ‘squirrel-chewed cone’ survey at Clywedog Forest near Llanfair Clydogau to celebrate the launch of the new

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Welsh Wildlife Centre Closure

Update as of 29th August 2019 Following assessments on 29th August 2019, we have been assured that the visitor centre is safe and structurally sound.

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Dive into National Marine Week 2019!

 This summer The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales’s Living Seas team invites you to join them on an epic adventure to celebrate National

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Seismic Survey threaten Cardigan Bay Dolphins!

Protected marine species are at risk from oil and gas exploration off the Welsh coast. The Wildlife Trusts in Wales are extremely concerned about plans

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Shear brilliance for Pembrokeshire’s islands!

Manx Shearwater by Dave Boyle Three small islands off the coast of Pembrokeshire are flying high this month, as the latest seabird census results indicate

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Red squirrel looking down at the camera from a branch above

New Kit on the Block

An exciting new development for the red squirrel project in mid Wales! Evidence from red squirrel hairs has provided positive news about the condition of

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Bridging the Way

Castle Woods Foot Bridge is Finally Open for use! Regular users of The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales’ beautiful nature reserve, Castle Woods

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Our Pledge to Reduce our Use of Palm Oil

With the launch of Iceland’s eye-opening advert which focuses on the use of palm oil in everyday products and the extremely severe and harmful impact

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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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Slow Worm Photo by R Revera

Go Wild for Worms!

Gardeners urged to let soil breathe and welcome life-giving worms This year’s Wild About Gardens challenge from the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) and The Wildlife

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