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Gwent Wildlife Trust
GWT covers the area from the lower Wye to the Rhymney river valley in South East Wales and looks after 29 nature reserves.
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Gwent Wildlife Trust Dec 7
Today the team were near the Transporter Bridge clearing litter from the bank of the River Usk and . At least 20 bags of litter including a vast amount of plastic bottles and 6 large blue barrels removed.
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Gwent Wildlife Trust Dec 6
Gift Trust membership to your loved ones this Christmas🎁
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John Meredith Dec 4
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The Wildlife Trusts Dec 5
You can feed the birds and support the work of your Wildlife Trust in one fell swoop by buying bird food. Don’t forget to mention when you buy to help raise funds for us.
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Kew Science Dec 5
🙏Thanks to volunteers like Peter , we've been able to bank 13 million seeds for the UK National Tree Seed Project, which helps to protect our woodlands🌳
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Hugh gregory Nov 29
A bright winter’s morning at GWT Magor Marsh
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Jeremy White Dec 5
Yesterday's walk indentified 52 species of bird plus two butterflies (Red admiral and Peacock) in glorious weather.
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Hugh gregory Dec 4
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Gwent Wildlife Trust Dec 4
Top work and advice from 👍🐦❄️
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The Wildlife Trusts Dec 3
Tips for an : Christmas trees are gorgeous but can have a carbon footprint. The best options are: 🎄 Reuse your current one 🎄 Buy a pre-loved fake tree 🎄 Look after a real tree and reuse it each year
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Hepburn Photography Dec 3
STILL TIME to get for christmas!!!
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anneontheshelf Dec 3
The Wye is 1.92m at Monmouth and here the ducks are enjoying the slower flow. I could hear them calling while the river rippled around semi- submerged rocks. Plenty of beauty immediately at my feet too.
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Gwent Wildlife Trust Dec 3
Players of have now raised an extraordinary £500 MILLION for charities and good causes, including ours.Thank you
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Gwent Wildlife Trust Dec 3
Replying to @KateBeavan
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Kate Beavan Nov 29
Put a barn owl box in our historic barn today with trust. Plenty of around, hoping one might make this their home. 🤞
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Neville Davies Nov 30
Some of the 600+ Starlings feeding by the seawall and this beautifully spotted individual. Gives 'dot to dot' a new meaning.
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Lowri Watkins Dec 2
Ooh - this might just pip last week's sunset to the post! Beautiful Magor Marsh
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Gwent Wildlife Trust Nov 29
Replying to @TredegarParkPS
Our pleasure - we're glad you all enjoyed it.🐝🦋🐾🌳🐦😃
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Gwent Wildlife Trust Nov 29
Thanks for allowing our Membership Recruitment Officer Martyn Wright to attend your reporting day event.👍🐾🐦 If any other schools are having events Martyn could come along to please contact us - email info@gwentwildlife.org or call 01600 740600.
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Julian Hoffman Nov 28
Replying to @WTWales @GwentWildlife
Delighted to have been able to help in some small way and thrilled to know Bridewell Common has been secured for the future - enormous congratulations to all!
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