Tag Archives: WTSWW

Remember, Remember Hedgehogs this November!

The 5th of November is fast approaching and with it so are private Guy Fawkes and Bonfire night preparations! With public displays and organised gatherings …

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Manx Shearwater Rescue Service – Another busy season!

In August, I told you about ‘Team Shearwater’, our fantastic band of Wildlife Trust volunteers and staff who help to rescue grounded Manx shearwaters as …

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WTSWW’s Local Groups Go Digital!

For many years, the Trust’s Local Members Groups have held monthly in-person meetings. The event calendar has always included enjoyable and informative talks about local …

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Recycling Symbols Explained

Reduce, reuse, recycle. It’s a tune we’re all familiar with, and a message that has been clear since the 1970’s…Or has it? Recycling can sometimes …

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Autumn Clean Cymru 2020

After sadly postponing Spring Clean Cymru due to COVID-19, Keep Wales Tidy excitedly announced that Autumn Clean Cymru would be taking place from the 11th …

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What is an Oil Spill?

Over the past month we’ve watched as the MV Wakashio has leaked approximately 1,000 tonnes of oil into the pristine waters, and surrounding reefs, of …

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WTSWW Publications and Reports 2019

Conservation Team Conservation Team Report 2018-19 (6 Mb) Islands Skokholm Seabird Report 2019 (5.82 Mb) Skomer Seabird Report 2019 (3 Mb) 2019 Skomer Seal Report (9 …

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My Wild Cardiff, My Wild Life- Colin

During the building of our pop-up wildlife garden earlier in the summer, supported by the players of People’s Postcode Lottery, we had some wonderful volunteers …

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two Oystercatchers foraging on Skomer

WTSWW Publications and Reports 2017

Conservation Team WTSWW Conservation Team Report 16-17 – A report summarising the work of the conservation staff during the financial year. (5 Mb) Islands Skomer Island …

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Important Information for Dog Owners at Parc Slip

At Parc Slip Nature Reserve we welcome responsible dog owners. We want the Nature Reserve to be a place that is safe and enjoyable for …

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Skomer Island remains the best place to see puffins in southern Britain!

Puffins have been included in this latest IUCN red list because of their recent very poor trends in the north of Britain, and elsewhere in …

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Skomer Guillemot by Dave Boyle

WTSWW Publications and Reports 2014

Conservation Team Conservation Report 2013-2014 (4.6 Mb) A report summarising the work of the conservation staff during the financial year WTSWW Research Report 2014 (0.5 Mb) A …

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