Delve into the secret world of the Celtic rainforest, where vitally important ancient woodlands are the refuge for many internationally rare plants and lichens.
Keep up to date with our stories, projects and challenges as we work to save wildlife and wild places.
Our gardens form a vitally important network of habitats for wildlife – much like the hedgerows that wind their way across the landscape of Wales.
With Christmas just around the corner, why not give a gift to your garden birds this winter? Here are some ways to help – including a guide to making a quick and easy bird feeder wreath!
From learning traditional skills and fishing out historical litter to monitoring current wildlife and planting trees for the future, our ‘Wild About Mold’ project is delivering it all.
Enjoy a wildlife-filled Christmas with your local Wildlife Trust – events, gifts and parties!
Hedgehogs face a combination of threats at this time of year – well, if you have nowhere to live and gather enough food to survive the winter, you’re going to be in trouble! But there are simple…
Did you know that 90% of fungi in existence are unknown to science? DNA tests on soil samples can produce fungi which don’t match any known species. These are the ‘Dark Taxa’ – a great name for…
Anna Williams, Education and Community Officer, encourages you to have a look at your green patch through the eyes of an insect!
New maternity roost for Lesser horseshoe bats confirmed at Gwaith Powdwr nature reserve, the former explosives factory near Penrhyndeudraeth, for the first time in 20 years.
After a disappointing season in 2017, the tern colony at Cemlyn Nature Reserve has bred in reasonable numbers in 2018.