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‘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 »

Free Summer Fruit Tree Pruning Workshop

Pruning Fruit Trees

We’d like to offer you the opportunity to join us for a free Summer Fruit Tree Pruning workshop on Saturday 28th July 2012, from 10am-1pm. The activity will be a practical hands on training session with local expert grower Steve Hipkin of Gwynfor Growers. This is a follow on workshop after our initial pruning day in February this year. … Continue reading Free Summer Fruit Tree Pruning Workshop »

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 »

The Return of the Dragon

Llanddewi Brefi Green Dragon Project – part of Wildlife Where You Live Working in partnership with Llanddewi Village Hall Committee, the WWYL Green Dragon project aims to redevelop an underused area of conifer plantation skirting the recreation field. The natural and structural elements of the Dragon are already present in the form of a gnarled old tree, stone … Continue reading The Return of the Dragon »

Go Nuts For Dormice!

On Saturday 19th November, from 2-4pm, the first ever Great Nut Hunt will take place at Denmark Farm Conservation Centre, near Lampeter. Signs of dormice have recently been found at Denmark Farm and nest boxes have been erected to help conservationists monitor these rare animals. However, dormice also open hazel nuts in a distinctive way and, … Continue reading Go Nuts For Dormice! »