The Shared Earth Trust at Denmark Farm Conservation Centre is proud to be a member of Green Key. Green Key is the largest global eco-label awarded to more than 2,900 tourism providers in 57 countries worldwide. Green Key offers an environmentally sustainable choice when planning holidays, excursions or business trips. Green Key Wales launched in … Continue reading Green Key for a Green Vision
The Shared Earth Trust is a small independent charity which was set up in 1987. The aim was to restore 40 acres of what was once an intensively managed farm with little wildlife into a variety of habitats which are now a haven for wildlife. In fact, over the last year or so we have … Continue reading Where the Small Things are
This exciting new project at Denmark Farm Conservation Centre has just started and provides a great opportunity for local people to get involved, learn new skills and help to improve this nature reserve for its wildlife. ‘Get Active for Wildlife’ aims to manage and improve the various habitats for wildlife including the grasslands, wetlands, woodlands … Continue reading ‘Get Active for Wildlife’!
A MIXED PICTURE FOR THE BREEDING BIRDS OF DENMARK FARM Guest blogpost written by Ian Morris This year a total of 36 species of bird were detected during a series of surveys. This compares with 39 in 2016 and 45 in 2012. The overall total number of breeding pairs has also declined very slightly over … Continue reading The Good, the Bad and the not so Ugly!
A special guest blog post by Richard Bambrey What’s That Box? It’s not a funny new kind of bird box! It is in fact a bait box for honeybees that has been put up at Denmark Farm. Why? For many years it has been assumed that the British black bee (Apis mellifera mellifera or AMM) … Continue reading A little black bee experiment