This week summer has returned to Denmark Farm, along with all the butterflies and the campers. During a peaceful lunchtime stroll around the meadows I was reminded of the wonderful passage in Miriam Darlington’s ‘Otter Country – In search of the wild otter’ about her stay on the Eco campsite at Denmark Farm: “we set out … Continue reading “A Dizzying Mosaic of Colour”
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.
This week a pair of Spotted Flycatchers had a lucky escape at Denmark Farm. Eagle-eyed campers noticed a nondescript brown bird entering the flue of the wood burner for the yurt. It seemed possible that they had seen a Spotted Flycatcher using the pipe as a nest site so I popped up to take a … Continue reading A niche for nature – Spotted flycatchers
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…