• Community Support for Vandalised Nature Reserve

    Thursday 18th February, 2016

    Dyfed Powys Police present the check to Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust

    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.

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  • Initiative with Kew Gardens to Protect Wales’s Trees Takes Root

    Tuesday 17th November, 2015

    Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust volunteers collecting sloes at Roundton Hill

    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.

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  • Deputy Minister visits Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust

    Friday 23rd October, 2015

    Deputy Minister Rebecca Evans with MWT staff & local landowners

    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.

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  • 360 Observatory lifts Awards title on National Television

    Tuesday 22nd September, 2015

    MWT staff celebrate award with Rachel Riley & John Barrowman

    Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust staff celebrated the success of the 360 Observatory, picking up the National Lottery Award for Best Environment project at a star-studded ceremony which was broadcast on BBC One on Monday 21 September.

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  • Seed sales sow success for nature conservation

    Monday 17th August, 2015

    Nicholas Watts and Paul Wilkinson at Vine House Farm

    Vine House Farm birdfood delivers £1m royalties for The Wildlife Trusts

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  • Cors Dyfi Observatory wins National Lottery Award

    Thursday 13th August, 2015

    Michaela Strachan presents National Lottery Award to Cors Dyfi staff & vols

    Michaela Strachan “Really wild” for award winning rare bird project

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  • Additional funding to benefit rare wildlife species

    Tuesday 30th June, 2015

    Dyfi osprey at Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust's Cors Dyfi Nature Reserve

    Funding from Welsh Government means that work to protect two iconic wildlife species can continue for another eighteen months.

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  • 30 Days Wild: Can you make room for nature this June?

    Friday 29th May, 2015

    30 Days Wild

    This June, Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust is asking everyone do something wild every day for a month. The challenge is simple and designed to delight: make room for nature – no matter where you are or how busy your life.

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  • Festival Puts Spotlight on County’s Wildlife

    Thursday 30th April, 2015

    storytime at Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust's Llyn Coed y Dinas Nature Reserve

    A celebration of Montgomeryshire’s wildlife is being held at Llyn Coed y Dinas Nature Reserve in Welshpool. The Festival of Wildlife, run by the Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust, aims to raise awareness of the variety of species and habitats the county has to offer, while also showcasing the work of the Trust across Montgomeryshire.

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  • Rare visitors wow… visitors!

    Tuesday 28th April, 2015

    Bittern at Llyn Coed y Dinas Nature Reserve copyright Brian Pollard

    Imagine you a driving a long distance along a motorway, you may even have lost your way. You are tired, hungry and thirsty, but there is nowhere to stop. At last a service station comes in to view and relieved, you pull in for a rest. This is how many birds must perceive Llyn Coed y Dinas Nature Reserve, judging by how often unusual birds turn up there!

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