Category: News

Living Seas Engagement Officer

We’re on the lookout for two Living Seas Engagement Officers. Starting salary: £18,000 – £18,354 per annum, pro rata North Wales Wildlife Trust (2.5 days …

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Birdwatching on Skomer

Exclusive Guided Walks with West Coast Birdwatching – Sold Out

Adventure into the wilderness of Skomer Please note: the exclusive guided walks have now sold out. However, we would be happy to add you to …

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Conservation work

What’s happening in Ceredigion

Winter Works in Ceredigion The treepoppers (and volunteers!) have been working hard again this month! (Treepoppers are large levers that remove the whole tree with …

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Common Dolphins under water

Help Reduce Plastic in our Oceans

The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales cover half of Wales’ coastline. Our marine team, who are based at Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre …

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Menna running in the Fan Dance race

Menna’s Marathon Challenge

The lovely Menna Evans will be running the full length of Britain to help raise funds for The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales! …

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A magical morning at Llyn Fach

One of the most beautiful sights to have ever met my eyes was Llyn Fach on a frosty February morning. As I walked up the …

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Blue Tit in Nesting Box by Gillian Day. Nest box Workshop

Importance of Nest Boxes

Every year Valentines Day marks the start of National Nest Box Week (14th-21st February). The week aims to encourage people to contribute to the conservation …

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A Brambling sitting on a tree

News from Vine House Farm

Vine House Farm supply wild bird food direct from their conservation award winning farm and at low prices. 5% of the profit from all sales …

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Events at Parc Slip this February

Parc Slip Nature Reserve and Visitor Centre is one of The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales’ flagship nature reserves. It is nestled in …

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a dirt path running through gelli hir woodland during summer

Gelli Hir – A Woodland Haven for Wildlife & the Community : Work continues…

After a short hiatus while we delivered habitat work elsewhere, including thinning and coppicing in Priors and gorse clearance on the South Gower Coast, we …

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View of a forest glade at Coed Penglanowen

Winter Works in Ceredigion

In the last few months we’ve done a variety of jobs but it has included a lot of treepopping! For those that don’t know, treepoppers …

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Skylark in grass at sunset

Winter Seed Crop Project at Llangloffan Fen

Britain’s farmland birds have suffered alarming declines over the last twenty-five years with some species having become locally extinct and many others considered threatened. It …

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