Category Archives: Wildlife Where You Live

‘Wildlife Where you Live’…2 years on

It’s almost 2 years since our Big Lottery funded project ‘Wildlife Where You Live’ came to an end. During the 3 year project, we worked with 12 communities around Ceredigion helping them to learn more about their local wildlife, and identify and carry out environmental improvements. Recently we re-visited one of those communities, Llanilar, to … Continue reading ‘Wildlife Where you Live’…2 years on »

Discover “4 walks” this autumn

Autumn is a great time of year for a walk, and the colours in mid-Wales are at their best at the moment. If you’re looking for new areas to explore,  a walks booklet has just been launched by the local community of Cilcennin, funded through our Big Lottery-funded ‘Wildlife Where you Live’ (WWYL) project: “4 walks” trail leaflet, launched this … Continue reading Discover “4 walks” this autumn »

We’ll Keep a Welcome in the Hillside…

The welcome at Denmark Farm just got even warmer! New visitors to Denmark Farm could often be found wandering around the car park looking faintly puzzled and wondering what to do next, until they found a friendly staff member or spotted the noticeboard. Those days are now gone, as we have recently built and kitted-out a … Continue reading We’ll Keep a Welcome in the Hillside… »

The latest buzz about summer wildlife…

Summer is most definitely here, and if you prefer to be out and about in the countryside rather than sipping chilled Pimms in a deck chair, there  are a number of wildlife surveys you can take part in (some can even be done while sitting in a deck chair!) . Starting on 20th July until … Continue reading The latest buzz about summer wildlife… »

Marvellous moths and perfect pollinators

June 8th to 16th June is Wales biodiversity week, and to celebrate this, a week of wildlife-themed events is being held across Wales.  At Denmark Farm, we are holding a ‘Marvellous moths’ night with Ceredigion moth group on Thursday 13th June from 8.30 to 10 pm, followed by a moth ‘morning after’ session at 10 am … Continue reading Marvellous moths and perfect pollinators »