Category Archives: Wildlife Garden

@Bryngarwteers volunteer news

Raking the marshy triangle and orchard After the summer flowers have set seed, we cut back the marshy triangle and the orchard to ensure a good show of flowers next year. Help us to rake and remove the hay cut. … Continue reading

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@bryngarwteers annual tidy-up in the woodland garden.. And your invited!! Tomorrow 11th Jan

Happy New Year A great way to keep fit after Christmas is to join us tomorrow Saturday 11th Jan, for our annual tidy-up in the woodland garden, as well as planting some bulbs to make the garden look beautiful in … Continue reading

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WALES BIODIVERSITY PARTNERSHIP SUPPORT TEAM: Technical Officer

A great opportunity for anyone interested in wildlife policy in Wales. Good luck WALES BIODIVERSITY PARTNERSHIP SUPPORT TEAM Technical Officer £24,762p.a. Job location – Cardiff. Deadline for applications November 29th 2013 – Interviews Jan 9th 2014 To download a job … Continue reading

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Want to grow a meadow?

Find out why and how by clicking on the link below: http://www.plantlife.org.uk/things_to_do/grow_wild/wildmeadow/

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Feeling hot, hot hot? Look out for……..

On these glorious warm summer evenings ( yes I know!)  see if you can spot lizards and snakes basking on rockery stones and walls that have been warmed up during the day. Don’t disturb them though – they haven’t had … Continue reading

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No (well not much) sting in this tale!

Did you know that a small patch of nettles can provide food for more than 40 species of insects such as butterflies, moths and ladybirds and attract a huge variety of wildlife to your garden?  Ideally the patch should be … Continue reading

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