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WildlifeTrustsWales
Protecting wildlife for the future and linking the five Wildlife Trusts in Wales. Gwarchod natur ar gyfer y dyfodol a chysylltu'r chwech Ymddiredolaeth Natur.
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WildlifeTrustsWales Jan 25
Wales a haven for wildlife - but for how long? Our ⁦⁩ and ⁦⁩ are quoted
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WildlifeTrustsWales Jan 24
Bid to ban sale of peat to combat climate change | ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Jessica McQuade Jan 23
Great to see talking about tackling and togther for . Strong leadership is necessary to tackle ecological collapse.
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WildlifeTrustsWales Jan 23
A huge win for the Save Smithy Wood Campaign but this is not the end - well done to our friends and colleagues at ⁦⁩ and the other campaigners
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WildlifeTrustsWales Jan 21
The states that the will not step back from tackling agricultural pollution as it damages water quality, the environment and farming reputation
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WildlifeTrustsWales Jan 21
Our CEO is at the with and at the Partnership event - we look forward to working with NRW & other partners to help and thrive in
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WildlifeTrustsWales Jan 17
Congratulations to you and Helen from all of us at Wildlife Trusts Wales - the world has two new eco-warriors!
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Daniel Hauck Jan 4
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WildlifeTrustsWales Jan 4
Scientists say - “Mowing urban lawns less intensely increases biodiversity, saves money and reduces pests” - ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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WildlifeTrustsWales Jan 4
Scientists say - “Mowing urban lawns less intensely increases biodiversity, saves money and reduces pests” - ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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WildlifeTrustsWales Jan 3
consulted on Nat Flood Man recently. Hopefully will introduce agri-pollution regs to limit water pollution this month & is consulting on clean air recommendations We have/will contribute to all.
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WildlifeTrustsWales Jan 2
Experts hail success for wild beavers - A trial of beavers shows they can live alongside people and deliver benefits for nature and communities - what does this mean for ⁦⁩? ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁦
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Chris Jan 1
If you're looking for anew start in the new year, this could be the opportunity for you! Via Skomer Island managers seek 'fit and hardy' staff
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James Byrne 🌍 Dec 29
Ecologically litter is bad, aesthetically it’s horrible, but finically costs millions with some councils spending over £2.6m cleaning up roadside litter but not person was fined. Now a new Welsh law change could see car owners fined for littering. 👍
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Dave Goulson Dec 29
Podcast about pesticides in 'bee-friendly' garden centre plants - might be useful if you are planning your wildlife-friendly garden for next year!
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WildlifeTrustsWales Dec 28
Congratulations from all of us at to president, for his MBE for his outstanding contribution to conservation. It is well deserved!
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WildlifeTrustsWales Dec 28
Congratulations from all of us at to president, for his MBE for his outstanding contribution to conservation. It is well deserved!
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WildlifeTrustsWales Dec 24
Looking for a last minute Christmas gift, sign up friends & family as members of their local Wildlife Trust-a gift that keeps on giving-it helps them, helps wildlife & by joining 800,000+ across the UK it gives us a bigger voice to advocate 4 wildlife
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WildlifeTrustsWales Dec 24
At Christmas, don’t forget to feed the birds - using seed from our partners or elsewhere, fresh water is also vital
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Dr Rachel Hughes Dec 23
Lovely family walk at Magor Marsh yesterday afternoon...
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