Tag Archives: conservation

Volunteering for Nature

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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 »

Buzzing about BioBlitz

BioBlitz

You may be asking ‘what is a BioBlitz?’ Well, it’s a day of recording all of the various species of wildlife found. This is what we have recently done at Denmark Farm on Sunday 28th July 2019. What a fantastic day we all had! We worked closely with West Wales Biodiversity Information Centre (WWBIC) who … Continue reading Buzzing about BioBlitz »

Landfill Disposals Tax Grants Success for Wildlife

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 »

A Career in Conservation

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Are you interested in learning more about wildlife in stunning locations or thinking of a change of career enhancing your own professional development in Field and Conservation Ecology?                     Did you know that Denmark Farm Conservation Centre is one of a handful of interesting venues, in … Continue reading A Career in Conservation »

Walking for Wildlife – 21 miles or bust!

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The Proclaimers once sang about walking 500 miles and then, if that wasn’t enough, apparently wanted to “walk 500 more”. Whilst the melody was great, the idea was plainly ridiculous. Obviously what they meant to sing was “If I could walk ten and a half miles, and I could walk ten and a half more, … Continue reading Walking for Wildlife – 21 miles or bust! »