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 Rebecca Vincent on 01656 724100

Dr Rhys Jones and Rudi Bright (Tarka Challenge) sniffing snake poo, photo by Mike Bright

New Wildlife Visitor Centre Set to Stimulate Tourism Opportunities

Parc Slip Nature Reserve, once a colliery site, is now host to an entirely different opportunity for visitors and local people providing a tourism attraction …

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Making charcoal on the Gower by R Killa

BBQ Summer Good for Native Wildlife

Making charcoal is an ancient art which far precedes the traditional Welsh BBQ, in fact humans in Britain have been using charcoal for at least …

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Wildlife Trust and Coop partnership

Sowing The Seeds Of A New Wildlife Partnership

Representatives from The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales are today (Thursday 2 May) celebrating a significant financial investment in the future of Welsh …

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Teifi Marsh

Mapping our wildlife in west Wales

A new study has investigated the character and opportunities for wildlife in the countryside surrounding the town of Cardigan. The study was undertaken by the …

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Alice Returns to Skokholm

Anyone who has visited the beautiful island of Skokholm, off the Pembrokeshire coast, will know who Alice is. She guards the Wheelhouse, one of the …

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Buffalo at Teifi

Beasts of the Western Wild Return

Water Buffalo are hardly a sight you would expect to see at a Welsh nature reserve, but a herd has been successfully introduced at Teifi …

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Teifi marsh

Fantastic News for the Best Wetland in Wales

Teifi Marshes is a spectacular place to visit all year round. The vast marshland is home to a range of wildlife including a diversity of …

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Urban Fox Debate

After the recent attack on a baby by a fox a great deal of media hype has occurred with regards to the subject, much of …

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Eddie and Bee

Love Island

As we approach Valentine’s Day, the birds are starting to sing, snowdrops are flowering and even the daffodils are showing off their golden flowers. Love …

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Eddie and Bee

Couple prepare for life on tiny Skomer Island with puffins for company

As appeared in Wales Online 21/01/2013 Living on a tiny rock surrounded by treacherous seas might sound like volunteering to be locked up on Alcatraz. …

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New Volunteer Accommodation at the Welsh Wildlife Centre

Thanks to funding from People’s Postcode Lottery and a very generous Wildlife Trust member we are now able to start work on a couple of …

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Parc Slip in spring, with the wildlife centre in the distance, by Rob Parry

Great Strides Made for New Wildlife Centre at Tondu

Renovation of the Parc Slip Visitor Centre, Tondu is making good progress and many of you will remember that at our last update we were …

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