Tag Archives: wildlife

Join us for ‘Wildlife Where you Live’

Our ‘Wildlife Where you Live’ programme  is moving  apace, with nearly 15 events so far this summer and lots more to come. Our community wildlife groups  in Ceredigion have been discovering a whole range of wildlife on their doorsteps – from green-winged orchids in Llangeitho to pondlife in Ciliau Aeron and a vast variety of  fascinating creatures living in the … Continue reading Join us for ‘Wildlife Where you Live’ »

Stay in our yurt from just £15 per person…

based on 4 people sharing. If you’ve ever fancied staying overnight in a yurt, our ‘no frills’ yurt experience is the perfect alternative to glamping. Our 18 foot yurt at Denmark Farm Conservation Centre in mid-Wales is now available for hire for £60 per night. It is very simply furnished with a wood stove, table … Continue reading Stay in our yurt from just £15 per person… »

2020 VISION at Denmark Farm

This week, Denmark Farm hosted a visit from a camera crew from the  “2020vision” project. This is an exciting new multimedia project, visiting 20 locations over 20 months using 20 professional cameramen and photographers (including well-known names such as Chris Packham and Charlie Hamilton James from BBC’s Springwatch). 2020vision describe themselves as  “PR agents for … Continue reading 2020 VISION at Denmark Farm »

Dip into Nature on Sunday 12th June

On Sunday 12th June we will be holding our annual Open Day & Green Fair. If it is wildlife that interests you then there will be pond dipping with freshwater expert Dolly, as well as 40 acres of trails through meadows and woodland yours to explore. Grace will be carving a pond life ‘mural’ beside … Continue reading Dip into Nature on Sunday 12th June »

The best campsite in the world?

Probably! The  Eco-campsite opened at Easter, and we were thrilled to read the feedback left by one of our visitors: “Wow! The most perfect campsite we (two adults) have ever been too! Peaceful, beautiful countryside, with so much wildlife (bats, butterflies, birds (some of which I had never seen before!) which all make the most … Continue reading The best campsite in the world? »