• Annual Review of 2013

    Bechstein's bat

    The Vincent Wildlife Trust has just published its annual review for 2013 which is available to read and download here.
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  • People & Pine Martens in Wales August update

    Pine marten © Bill Cuthbert

    I find August a quiet month for wildlife. Birds have stopped their courtship songs and have moulted their breeding finery into more modest plumage, the hues of which match the tired looking leaves this time of year. The days are getting perceptibly shorter, the hay has been cut, and most flowering plants have blossomed and bloomed.
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  • People & Pine Martens in Wales July update

    Pine marten © Bill Cuthbert

    July got off to a positive start with the Rheidol Fun/Environment Day! It was exactly what is said on the tin – families came along to have plenty of fun whilst finding out what nature related projects were going on in the surrounding area. I had some activities planned for the kids which I was terrified would be too boring, having not been a child for at least six months…. I need not have worried.
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  • National Polecat Survey - 6 Month Update

    Polecats © Johnny Birks

    The Trust’s third national polecat survey began in January, with the aim of gathering up-to-date information on the distribution of the polecat and polecat-ferret in Britain. The survey has now been running for 6 months, during which time we have received a total of 292 records of polecats and polecat-ferrets, and we are hugely grateful to everyone who has contributed these records. What have we learnt so far?
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