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Volunteering at Denmark Farm is Like a Box of Chocolates

Yurt Raising at Denmark Farm Eco Cmpsite

To get involved with volunteering at Denmark Farm why not join us for our project ‘Gwaith Dros Natur – your time for nature’? We have several activity days coming up over the next month including a Moth evening, Bird walk, Habitat and trail maintenance, Mosaic making and lots more. All events are free and any level of involvement is hugely appreciated.

Eco Lodge Now Taking Holiday Bookings

If you are crying out for a long weekend away, a mid week break or a full week or two eco-holiday in secluded and unspoilt West Wales just check out our new Eco Lodge at Denmark Farm Conservation Centre. We offer 3 self-catering apartments, sleeping a total of 12-16 people (plus cots), in a beautifully … Continue reading Eco Lodge Now Taking Holiday Bookings »

Tweeting and Twittering

News just in, from a breeding bird survey carried out at Denmark Farm this spring … Our surveyor, Ian Morris,  found that 199 pairs of birds are using our 40 acres to breed and he recorded a total of 45 different species.  Studies undertaken in previous years  have suggested that the number of birds here is … Continue reading Tweeting and Twittering »

‘Wildlife Where you Live’ in Autumn

Our ‘Wildlife Where you Live’ communities have had an active summer of wildlife surveys and nature walks, discovering bats in Aberarth, butterflies in Llanafan, and a bevy of bugs in Llangybi with ‘Phil the Bugman’! Llangybi bug hunt The programme continues its momentum into autumn, with a fungal foray in Aberarth (and the possibility of … Continue reading ‘Wildlife Where you Live’ in Autumn »

Spring Arrivals

There has been a recent stream of  summer migrant birds arriving back at Denmark Farm, heralding in the Spring.  Chiff chaffs, willow warblers and blackcaps are now singing away alongside our resident blackbirds and wrens. The male pied flycatchers arrived last week, and are busy establishing territories around our numerous nest boxes and waiting for the females to … Continue reading Spring Arrivals »