Tag Archives: Wildlife Trust

Management work at Kilvrough Manor Woods brings multiple benefits!

Thanks to funding from Welsh Government for support management on our Natura 2000 sites, just before spring began we completed a combination woodland management at …

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Managing hedges for wildlife at Carmel National Nature Reserve

This winter WTSWW have carried on with our hedge management program at Carmel National Nature Reserve. Here, we have mature roadside hedges that need managing …

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Vine House Farm Blog

The Wildlife Trusts have been in partnership with conservation award-winning Vine House Farm Bird foods since 2007 because their business is committed to protecting and …

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Vicarage Meadows west field and scabious

New and improved access at Vicarage Meadows!

The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales were fortunate to receive funding from Natura 2000 for our Vicarage Meadows reserve, a SSSI part of …

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Meet Madi, our new Digital Fundraising & Communications Officer!

Madi joined the team this month and is looking forward to experiencing everything The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales has to offer. Here’s …

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#WildAboutParcSlip

Join TV wildlife presenters Iolo Williams and Lizzie Daly for an exciting broadcast… Great Crested Newt (c) Vaughn Matthews. If you’re nuts about Newts, mad …

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The Big Return – Skomer Island reopens after Covid-19 closure

On 1st April myself and Ceris Aston returned to The Wildlife Trusts Skomer Island for the start of the 2021 season. For Ceris, it was …

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OUT NOW! Purchase ‘Skomer Island’ by Mike Alexander on our online shop!

Seal pup (c) Mike Alexander Mike’s book is now available on our online store and you can purchase a copy easier than ever! This book …

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Skomer Island by Mike Alexander ~ Book Launch Online Event!

EVENT NOW FULLY BOOKED! Skomer is one of Britain’s most spectacular National Nature Reserves and is managed by The Wildlife Trust of South and West …

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The Big Return to Skomer…

On 1st April myself and Ceris Aston (WTSWW’s Assistant Skomer Warden) returned to Skomer for the start of the season. For Ceris, it was a …

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Bevelled Pebble Discovered on Skokholm Island!

Lucky finds from rabbit hole re-write prehistory of Skokholm Island!

Chance finds of prehistoric stone tools and fragments of pottery, picked up from a rabbit hole by the wardens of Skokholm Island, have surprised experts …

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Wild Takeaways this Easter!

Good news! Our Wildlife Trust Parc Slip and Welsh Wildlife Centre Glasshouse Cafés will be open over the Easter holidays and serving the usual tasty …

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