Tag Archives: wildlife surveys

Hunt for the Harvest Mouse

On Saturday 14th July, we welcome Jenny Macpherson from the Vincent Wildlife Trust to Denmark Farm for a harvest mouse workshop. Jenny is involved with the  ‘Mammals in a Sustainable Environment’ project which is aiming to get a fuller picture of what is happening with mammals in Wales by carrying out monitoring and survey work for a … Continue reading Hunt for the Harvest Mouse »

Flit over to Denmark Farm for our Big Butterfly Count

July sees the start of Butterfly Conservation’s BIG BUTTERFLY COUNT. This nationwide survey, running from 14th July to 5th August aims to help Butterfly Conservation assess the health of our environment. To prepare yourself for this butterfly bonanza, why not flit over to Denmark Farm on 8th July to take part in our own summer … Continue reading Flit over to Denmark Farm for our Big Butterfly Count »

Make YOUR Nature Count

This week (2 – 10 June), the RSPB launch  ‘Make Your Nature Count’, the UK’s largest garden wildlife survey. We are holding our own ‘Make your Nature Count’ event at Denmark Farm on Sunday 10th June at 2 pm to celebrate Wales Biodiversity week.   Come along and help us with the survey in our own wildlife garden. If … Continue reading Make YOUR Nature Count »

Pop Goes the Weasel!

Our next Big Wildlife Watch event is on May 12th at 2 pm, when Jenny MacPherson from the Vincent Wildlife Trust (VWT)  shares her knowledge of stoats and weasels, and demonstrates how to set up baited hair tubes to detect them. Weasel (photo by Frank Greenaway)  Following this free workshop, there will be opportunities to … Continue reading Pop Goes the Weasel! »

Helping People to Help Wildlife

Denmark Farm Conservation Centre, near Lampeter, is calling for four more Ceredigion communities to put their names forward if they want to work together to improve the local environment, for wildlife and for their enjoyment.  ‘Wildlife Where You Live’ (WWYL), which is managed by Denmark Farm Conservation Centre, helps people to identify and implement environmental … Continue reading Helping People to Help Wildlife »