Tag Archives: WTSWW

Updates from our Brecknock Nature Reserves

Paths, gates and rock falls, the Brecknock team have been busy this Spring! During April and early May we have been doing some repairs on …

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New Green Walls Project with Cardiff Local Nature Partnership (LNP)

This past year the Trust has been working with Cardiff Local Nature Partnership (LNP) to improve biodiversity in polluted, urbanised areas of Cardiff using Green …

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Fighting fire with fire: New Healthy Hillside Project Launched!

The Healthy Hillsides is an exciting new 2 year ENRAW funded project working within sites in Rhondda to reduce fire risk using conservation management. Seven …

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Exciting DNA analysis planned for the Red Squirrel Project!

The mid-Wales red squirrel partnership has been monitoring the local red squirrels for nearly 20 years now, but, in this time, it has never been …

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Will you Stand for Nature with us?

Stand for Nature Wales is a youth climate change project with a big ambition! The six Wildlife Trusts in Wales have come together to tackle …

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Gargling guillemots & legless lizards: The life of a long term Skomer volunteer

A brief introduction about myself – after realising a few years ago that I wanted to pursue a career in ecology, I studied a Masters …

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Milford Haven Swift Project

Today’s blog is from David Ramsey, a member of the Mid-Pembrokeshire Local group. He talks to WTSWW about Swifts in Milford Haven. The Swift was …

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Welsh Lottery Winners Create Woodland Nest Boxes to Encourage Wildlife

A team of handy National Lottery winners have spent the winter lockdown building nest boxes to house some of Wales’ woodland bird population. The creative …

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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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The Welsh Wildlife Centre

Retail Re-opens at the Welsh Wildlife Centre!

New reusable jute shopping bags support our wildlife! Following the easing of lockdown restrictions in Wales, the Gift Shop at the Welsh Wildlife Centre has …

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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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