Osprey update: 1 April 2020
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Caroline Bateson, Events Officer, talks about the solace she finds in her daily walk in these trying times.
Ben Stammers, our People and Wildlife Officer for Anglesey, describes the bird movements we're seeing in Spring and why it's a great time to get out and watch our seabirds.
Through our youth development activities, North Wales Wildlife Trust are helping to train and empower the next generation of environmental leaders.
Jayke Forshaw has been volunteering for…
Dr Catherine McNicol reveals some of the work that Wildlife Trusts are doing to bring species back from the brink.
Ysgol Tir Morfa in Rhyl have been participating in the project now for nearly two years. Here is teacher Sara Griffith’s moving account of their first year with us, from the experiences they’ve…
Amy Pickford, one of our Living Seas Volunteers in 2019, has moved on to new pastures. Here she gives a summary of the native oyster reintroduction work she's been doing with our colleagues…
Llyn Brenig Update 11/09/2019
Joe Strong organised his own Work Experience week with us in June 2018. He shared his time with the Living Seas team and Ben Stammers our People and Wildlife man on Môn. With such a packed week of…