Glaslyn Nature Reserve in August
We are Montgomeryshire’s leading wildlife conservation charity. Working in partnership with 45 other Wildlife Trusts across the UK, we aim to create an environment rich in wildlife for everyone.
Nora, Dyfi female osprey defending her nest from intruding osprey © MWT/Emyr Evans
Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust has been working to protect the wildlife and wild places where you live for over 30 years.
Volunteers at Llanymynech Rocks © MWT
Montgomeryshire’s wildlife needs our help – and we can’t do it without you!
Pearl-bordered Fritillary butterfly in close up © MWT/Tammy Stretton
Montgomeryshire’s varied landscape still holds a wide range of habitats supporting a great diversity of species. Discover more here!...
Cottongrass flowering at Glaslyn Nature Reserve in June
Discover more about our 18 nature reserves, across Montgomeryshire
Hazel Dormouse in hand © MWT/Tammy Stretton
Chief Executive Officer
My job is to enable everyone else to do their job! That makes me very lucky because I have the most fantastic team; they are enthusiastic, creative and dedicated. That means I can put a lot of time into developing the Trust, looking for new ways to make Montgomeryshire a better place for wildlife.
I ensure that the Trust's operational systems are in place, including HR, Health and Safety and finance. I also enjoy managing the office and editing the Trust’s Wildlife News magazine.
Head of Health & Wellbeing
Responsible for the successful delivery of the Wild Skills Wild Spaces project and building long term sustainable relationships with WG, NHS, Cardiff Met University and statutory organisations. Also working on developing the nature recovery network, bringing wildlife to more people and more people to wildlife, for the intrinsic benefit of all.
Dyfi Projects Manager
I am responsible for managing Cors Dyfi Nature Reserve funded projects for the Trust, particularly focussed on the conservation of ospreys and our visitor facilities.
Head of Living Landscapes
My role is to support the Living Landscapes team, to deliver exciting projects, develop new ones and ensure the smooth running of the day-to-day conservation activities of the Trust.
I look after the Trust's existing members and coordinate the recruiting of new members across the county and beyond! I also manage the Trust’s shop in Welshpool and enjoy sourcing local, wildlife inspired products and helping visitors to the office.
I deliver species and habitat-based projects, both on and off our Nature Reserves and provide advice on all things fluffy, colourful & slimey. I am also the Trust’s web master.
I've got the exciting job of looking after the Trust's Nature Reserves for wildlife and for people. I have a dedicated volunteer work crew to help me achieve our work.
Climate Solutions Officer
I’m responsible for engaging with you lovely lot, spreading the word about Stand for Nature Wales, our latest project designed to empower young people to combat climate change by restoring nature.
Trainee Project Officer
I assist the Climate Solutions Officer in delivery of the Stand for Nature Wales project, engaging with young people and assisting with communication, to engender positive attitudes towards climate change and nature conservation work.
Volunteer and Visitor Experience Officer - Dyfi Wildlife Centre
I manage volunteer coordination, development and recruitment at the Dyfi Wildlife Centre throughout the year.
Community Events Officer - Dyfi Wildlife Centre
I work closely with the Community Project Officer and the local community to facilitate and deliver events, group visits, exhibitions, and learning activities at the Dyfi Wildlife Centre.
Catering Manager - Dyfi Wildlife Centre
I run the cafe, maintain high food safety standards, make cake and then feed people the cake to keep them happy!
Wild Skills Wild Spaces Project Manager
My role is to manage and support the Wild Skills Wild Spaces team. Working in partnership with Powys Teaching Health Board to deliver 12 week NHS Ecotherapy programmes. A team dedicated to getting people out in nature to support their positive mental wellbeing.
Wild Skills Wild Spaces Community Reserves Officer
I have the exciting job of aiding with practical aspects of a range of Ecotherapy activities. Facilitating the development of Wild Skills to help restore, protect and enhance our Wild Spaces. I will also be helping develop reserve infrastructure for the benefit of people and wildlife.
Wild Skills Wild Spaces Youth Engagement Officer
It’s my job to help with the delivery of Ecotherapy sessions in the local community through the Wild Skills Wild spaces project. My main focus is to help young people feel engaged and connected to nature, by running taster sessions and getting people to come and have a go.
Wild Skills Wild Spaces Trainee Community Officer
I am part of the ‘Wild Skills Wild Spaces’ team and assist the delivery of Ecotherapy sessions, encouraging participants to gain new skills and become valued members of a community.