Rare Bittern back at Welshpool nature reserve
Tuesday 24th January, 2017
Elusive and rare, the Bittern is on the wish list for many a wildlife enthusiast. Yet, despite their large size, they are very hard to spot. So, the presence of one of these heron-like birds a few metres outside the bird hide at Llyn Coed y Dinas Nature Reserve is very special indeed.
Nature is in decline but the future’s bright for butterflies
Wednesday 21st September, 2016
Russell George AM champions projects to protect rare species
New meadow creation underway in Montgomeryshire
Friday 19th August, 2016
WORK BEGINS AT Hurdley Meadows to create a new Coronation Meadow for Montgomeryshire
Honey company and wildlife trust taste success with hive partnership
Friday 5th August, 2016
A successful Mid Wales honey company has formed a mutually beneficial partnership with Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust (MWT)
30 Days Wild: Can you make room for nature this June?
Tuesday 24th May, 2016
This June, The Wildlife Trusts are asking everyone do something wild every day for a month. The challenge is simple: make room for nature – no matter where you are or how busy your life.
Deri Woods Project has bagged a share of a £11.5million carrier bag charge fund
Friday 18th March, 2016
We are delighted to announce we have bagged £12,000 from the Tesco Bags of Help initiative.
Nurtured by Nature?
Friday 26th February, 2016
Will We Win £12,000 for Deri Woods – it’s up to you!
Community Support for Vandalised Nature Reserve
Thursday 18th February, 2016
Local school children and Dyfed Powys Police are helping restore a Nature Reserve near Newtown which was hit by vandalism in the summer of 2015, resulting in broken windows and damage to the bird hides.
Initiative with Kew Gardens to Protect Wales’s Trees Takes Root
Tuesday 17th November, 2015
With a host of new pests and diseases attacking the UK’s native treescape, a new consortium of Welsh organisations, working with Kew’s Millennium Seed Bank, are tackling the threat, as part of the UK National Tree Seed Project.
Deputy Minister visits Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust
Friday 23rd October, 2015
The Deputy Minister for Farming and Food, Rebecca Evans, has visited Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust’s Glaslyn Nature Reserve to meet farmers and landowners who are working with the Wildlife Trusts to pioneer a new upland economy for mid-Wales.