You may have heard these expressions – ‘Blind as a bat’, ‘Bats in your hair’, ‘Bats in the belfry’! Well actually they can see, and they don’t fly in your hair as they use echolocation to find their way around in the dark to find their food and to avoid bumping into things. Also, they … Continue reading Bats are Brilliant!
Aline Denton began volunteering for nature at Denmark Farm Conservation Centre in the late 1990’s and has recently returned after a short break. Here she explains more about her volunteer role, and highlights some of the other volunteering opportunities at Denmark Farm. I first started volunteering at Denmark Farm in the late 1990s after an … Continue reading Volunteering for Nature
Regular visitors to Denmark Farm will be familiar with the sight of a small herd of Highland cattle who are on loan to us by local grazier Gwyn. Our mobile management team of Highland cattle munch our grasslands in just the right way to encourage a myriad of wildlife – tackling tougher plants so that … Continue reading The Munching Grassland Managers
We’re delighted to announce that we have been awarded £49,981.37 from The Landfill Disposals Tax Grants to help wildlife and improve biodiversity at Denmark Farm. This, Landfill Disposals Tax Grants, will support our new two year project Cadw Natur Mewn Cof ~ Nature in Mind, starting during the Summer 2019. The grant will provide us with … Continue reading Landfill Disposals Tax Grants Success for Wildlife
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