I'm doing a project to gauge people's interest of snorkelling within Gwynedd, please could you help by filling in one of these questionnaires & emailing it back to me (even if you don't snorkel or have no interest in doing so!) and sending it back to me as soon as possible! The more I have the better so please do feel free to ask your friends and family to fill one in too!
Thanks in advance
Anglesey Coastal Nature Reserves Project helps celebrate the stunning scenery and fantastic array of wildlife that can be found around Anglesey’s famous coastline.
Community action to save disappearing bees
We all depend on bees for our food - up to third of our crops depend upon bees for their pollination - but our bees are disappearing!
Bee populations are falling throughout the world so in response to this the village of Henllan in Denbighshire has decided to take action themselves to benefit bees in their community by creating the Henllan Bee Project.
We have been continuing work to safeguard Limestone Woundwort (Stachys alpina), which grows at only three sites in the UK, two of which are in North East Wales.
Limestone Woundwort is a softly hairy perennial 40-80 cm tall belonging to the Labiate family and it grows on calcareous soils usually within woodland glades, and flowers from June to August with pinky-red flowers that have a distinctive yellow 'eye'.
The North Wales Dormouse Project aims to give us a better understanding of where Hazel Dormice Muscardinus arvellinarius can be found across North Wales.
The North Wales Brown Hare Project has been running since February 2005 and covers all the counties across North Wales, as well as Snowdonia National Park.