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Coed Pendugwm with carpets of bluebells in spring © Tamasine Stretton

Dyfi Osprey copyright Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust/Emyr Evans

Nora, Dyfi female osprey - MWT/Emyr Evans

WE ARE MOVING!

 

The Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust is moving offices 2nd to 8th September 2019 and the Trust will be closed during this week. From Monday 9th September 2019 we hope to re-open but please be patient if you have difficulty reaching us by phone and email during this time.  We aim to get these services up and running as soon as possible and thank you for your patience.

 

Our new address will be:

Park Lane House, High Street, Welshpool, Powys SY21 7JP

All other contact details will stay the same.

Protecting Montgomeryshire's wildlife for the future

Since 1982, Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust has been dedicated to the conservation of wildlife and wild places throughout this special, often unnoticed part of mid Wales.

Take a look at some of our current projects below.

Dyfi Ospreys

We're helping bring back Ospreys to Wales

Find out more

Merin the osprey returns to the UK for the first time since fledging, on 17th May 2018 © MWT

Pumlumon Project

A pioneering, science-based project to revive the ecology and economy of the Welsh uplands

Find out more

Peaty pool in bog moorland, Cambrian mountains © Peter Cairns/2020VISION

Precious Pearls

For over 20 years we have been working hard to save the Pearl-bordered Fritillary

Find out more

Pearl-bordered Fritillary on hand © MWT

...all our lives are better when they're a bit wild.
The Wildlife Trusts

Help protect your local wildlife

Dormouse asleep in hands © MWT/Tammy Stretton

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Bittern at Llyn Coed y Dinas Nature Reserve in snow & ice © MWT

Children making bug homes © MWT

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