Tag Archives: WTSWW

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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Red Kite by Barry Hill

10 Iconic Species of the Brecon Beacons!

There are so many species to choose from in the Brecon Beacons that could be classed as ‘iconic’. With the range of landscapes encompassed within …

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New Online Booking System for Skomer Day Visits….Coming Soon!

We are excited to confirm that we have a new on-line booking system for Skomer Island day visits in 2021. The online system will allow …

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Pencnwc Mawr Woodland Appeal Update!

An update from Sarah Kessell,  WTSWW’s Chief Executive Officer… I am delighted to share some very good news! We have now completed the purchase of …

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Nest box checking at Coed y Bedw

Coed y Bedw is a 16.5ha ancient woodland reserve just north of Cardiff. Nest boxes of various types have been installed here since at least …

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New Boardwalks, Visitor Shelters and Ponds in Pembrokeshire!

It has certainly been a very busy start to 2021 for our Pembrokeshire team, what with ensuring all grant funded projects are completed before the …

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Krystal King

Calling all Wildlife Artists!

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 …

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Fencing at Cwm Colhuw

New Cliff Top Fencing at Cwm Colhuw Nature Reserve!

Working with a local contractor with funding from Natural Resources Wales, our Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales (WTSWW) Officers,  Tim Jones and Vaughn …

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WTSWW’s Consultation Document…Have Your Say!

We need a new strategy and a new plan for the future in order to play our part in tackling the climate and ecological crises. …

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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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