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VOTE FOR YOUR FAVOURITE @GreenFlagWales PARK

Help pick Wales’ favourite park in online vote Over 100 parks and green spaces this year in Wales received a Green Flag Award and people are now urged to vote for their overall favourite! The annual People’s Choice Award is … Continue reading

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Can you help @SWWARG with toads on Roads? #ToadPatrol @argroupsuk

SWWARG are looking for assistance with toad crossings all around South and West Wales! Volunteers need no previous experience but must have access to wet weather gear and wellies. SWWARG can provide torches, Hi-Viz, buckets, signs etc. Toads are explosive … Continue reading

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Welcome to the artistic world of Francine Davies and the World of Ogs (suitable for all ages) only one of the activities available at #DuneTreka this sunday @ #KenfigNNR

Welcome to the artistic world of Francine Davies and the World of Ogs (suitable for all ages) only one of the activities available at #DuneTreka this sunday @ #KenfigNNR The full world can be found here

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Mammal Monitoring Network, Wales (MaMoNet)

To read all about it, please click on the link (or copy and paste into y0ur browser) The Mammal Society Meanwhile, here’s a couple of photos with the ‘aawwwwwww’ factor!

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New Wildlife Trust Visitor Centre at Parc Slip Off To A Flying Start

New Wildlife Trust Visitor Centre at Parc Slip Off To A Flying Start  Parc Slip Nature Reserve, once a colliery site, is now host to an entirely different opportunity for visitors and local people providing a tourism attraction and welcome … Continue reading

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BBC Nature – How to identify UK reptiles

How to identify UK reptiles: How well do you know your native reptiles? Can you tell the difference between a slow worm and a smooth snake, or spot a common lizard from a sand lizard? If not, this handy table … Continue reading

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*****POSTPONED – Balsam Bash on 25th May********

Dear all, Due to the weather conditions over the last month or a lot of plants are a bit behind, and the Himalayan balsam is no exception.  As we need to pull the balsam when the plant is at a … Continue reading

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Love2Walk? Volunteers and Organisers needed!

Bridgend’s Walking Festival: Love2Walk is looking for passionate volunteers to help organise this year’s walking festival.  We currently have a great mix of Walk Leaders from local historians, to nature enthusiasts and experts who love to lead our walks and … Continue reading

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Sun 19th May – Butterfly Identification Training (Coity Wallia Commons Biodiversity Enhancement Project)

Dear All, Just a reminder that there are still spaces on our FREE butterfly identification training course on Sunday 19th May, 10 am to 3 pm at Coity Wallia Commons, Bryncethin, Bridgend. Don’t miss a chance to learn about the identification, ecology and … Continue reading

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Tweet tweet !

Here’s what we spotted and heard on the Lock’s Common birdwalk on Saturday 11th May :-Starling, Herring gull, Song thrush (heard only), Jackdaw, Carrion crow, House sparrow, Rook, Lesser black backed gull, Blackbird (collecting worms in beak next to lifeguard … Continue reading

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