Unknown Wales brings together people from all walks of life to celebrate and support the work of individuals and organisations who strive to protect our amazing Welsh wildlife.
This event allows some of the lesser known species and projects to be discussed and explored and provides an opportunity to learn more about how you can get involved.
This year sees a range of topics from Glutinous snails to the Gwent levels, and will bring to light some of the amazing creatures we are lucky enough to have in Wales. Below is the programme of talks for the day:
If you haven't been before, Unknown Wales takes place at the National Museum Wales in Cardiff, and it starts at 10am when you are welcomed with a tea or coffee on arrival. There are then 7 talks throughout the day and the event finishes around 3:30pm.
Unknown Wales is admission free, although we do rely on donations to be able to put on this interesting and enjoyable event, so please support us.
Unknown Wales 2018 will take place on Saturday 27th October.
If you'd like to come along, please contact the Wildlife Trust to let us know
We hope to see you then!