We at the Wildlife Trusts are working to locate Wildlife Sites and work with their owners to safeguard them for the future.
What are Local Wildlife Sites?
Local Wildlife Sites are a way of recognising some of the best places for wildlife locally. They are areas considered to be of particular conservation value because of the habitats or species they support.
Local Wildlife Sites play a crucial role by providing wildlife refuges, protecting threatened species and habitats, and acting as links and corridors between other valuable sites.
Do you potentially own a Wildlife Site in south east Wales?
Find out more about how you can access advice about your Wildlife Site, advice about accessing small grant schemes to help with capital works projects that support the restoration and enhancement of Local Wildlife Sites and so much more.
contact our teams to find out more at:
Conservation Team, Wildlife Trust of South & West Wales,
Parc Slip, Fountain Road, Tondu CF32 0EH
Y Tîm Cadwraeth, Ymddiriedolaeth Natur De a Gorllewin
Cymru, Parc Slip, Fountain Road, Ton-du CF32 0EH
ff • t: 01656 724100 e: firstname.lastname@example.org
Conservation Team, Gwent Wildlife Trust, Seddon House,
Dingestow, Monmouth NP25 4DY
Y Tîm Cadwraeth, Ymddiriedolaeth Natur Gwent, Ty Seddon,
Llanddingad, Sir Fynwy NP25 4DY
ff • t: 01600 740600 e: email@example.com
g • w: www.gwentwildlife.org
For anyone outside the project area wishing to take on their own advice we have some useful leaflets which may assist.