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The network for environmental, countryside and heritage NGOs in Wales. Rhwydwaith o gyrff amgylcheddol, cefn gwlad a threftadaeth yng Nghymru.
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Wales Environment Link 22h
Stricter enforcement of water quality regs is essential if we wish to continue to see Brown Trout in our rivers. River pollution plays a massive role here, but you can help by practicing sustainable fishing. Read more here:
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Wales Environment Link 22h
The Brown Trout or Brithyll, meaning "speckled", is native to Wales and is an important member of the freshwater environment, you'll be able to find them in most rivers in Wales!🐟
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Wales Environment Link Mar 27
A super useful guide to help people find up-to-date info and support on coronavirus help. The Research Service team will update this post every day with additional links and articles.
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WildlifeTrustSWWales 🦡🐬🐧 Mar 27
Your Mission Should You Choose To Accept It Is.... How many can you count in this garden pond? You’ve got 10 seconds, go! 🐸👍 Like & enter your answer in comments. Who will be crowned ?
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Wales Environment Link Mar 26
Replying to @_BCT_ @bct_wales
And a follow up on why illegal wildlife trade is both an ethical AND public health issue.
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Wales Environment Link Mar 26
This is a really helpful explainer on why no one should be blaming bats for the coronavirus epidemic... via
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Woodland Trust Cymru 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 🌎 Mar 26
Beth am chwilio am bryfetach, gwneud teclyn i fwydo adar neu wneud celf naturiol yn yr ardd? Syniadau gwych os ydych chi a'r plant yn gaeth yn eich cartref ac yn dioddeddef o ddiffyg natur! Blog gwych yn Saesneg.
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Woodland Trust Cymru 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 🌎 Mar 26
Why not go on a mini-beast hunt, make a loo roll bird feeder or make some natural art? Some great ideas if you're cooped up in your house with children and starting to suffer from Nature Deficit Disorder!
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Assembly Wales Mar 26
Replying to @AssemblyWales
We're keeping this under review and monitoring the situation closely. We’ll keep you updated with anything that changes, in line with new guidance from Public Health Wales. You can find out more here👉
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Assembly Wales Mar 26
Replying to @AssemblyWales
Assembly rules, known as Standing Orders, have been changed so that only four Assembly Members are needed for votes at Plenary to be valid🗳️ These meetings can also be held online through video conferencing.
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Assembly Wales Mar 26
Following the latest advice to slow the spread of , we've put a series of emergency measures in place, so essential parliamentary business relating to COVID-19 can carry on. Thread👇
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West Wales Rivers Trust Mar 25
We are proud to be doing our part to protect this iconic species 💙
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Woodland Trust Cymru 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 🌎 Mar 26
1/2. The Ash🌳has one of the biggest, deepest root systems, of our native trees, hence it’s really good at absorbing surface water fast & deep into the earth. Losing up to 95% will increase flooding, unless we urgently increase alternative tree cover.
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Wales Environment Link Mar 26
Ash trees are suffering at the hands of ash dieback, a familiar sight across Wales. A fungus is infecting and killing our trees,, you can support the efforts of our friends to fight the disease here:
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Wales Environment Link Mar 26
Ash trees are a beautiful and very familiar sight across Wales, plus they're very important for our soil quality! Back in the old days, Welsh Druids thought they were sacred and made their wands out of them🌳
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Wales Environment Link Mar 25
Unfortunately, Sewin populations have dwindled due to various kinds of pollution. The best thing we can do is take care of our rivers - volunteer in clean ups & support initiatives that make their habitats healthier.
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Wales Environment Link Mar 25
The Sea Trout is a migratory fish which feeds at sea but returns to rivers to reproduce. In Wales, we call them Sewin, and this video shows some moving on up to their spawning grounds!
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Wales Environment Link Mar 24
The base of the Fen Raft Spider population in Wales these days are the Pant-y-Sais and Crymlyn Bog nature reserves close to Swansea. When visiting these sight, please be mindful and don't disturb the habitat!
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Wales Environment Link Mar 24
The Fen Raft spider is one of Wales' largest and rarest spiders. Don't worry, you're unlikely to find them in the cupboard, they like water! Their mothers are reportedly wonderful to their children, they make them little nurseries out of webs!🕸
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Wales Environment Link Mar 23
Most of the action Bilberry Bumblebees need is down to land management, but again that doesn't mean you can't help! When on hikes in high up areas, be careful not to damage plants like willows, clovers and bilberries, it's their food!
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