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Saturday 7th October The William Condry Memorial Lecture A THOREAU FOR OUR TIME 7.45pm at Tabernacle/MoMA, Machynlleth More info here
Saturday 8th October Elan Valley: 9½ miles with 1460’climb More info here
As part of a project headed by the Vincent Wildlife Trust, pine martens from Scotland have been released recently in the Cambrian Mountains. Click this link to read more.
The Elenydd Purple Moor Grass project – one of nineteen projects supported by the Welsh Government Nature Fund – will be hosting an Open Day in the Elan Valley on 12th June 2015. The event will highlight the problems created … Continue reading
Iolo Williams presented the Dafydd Dafis Memorial Lecture at Llandovery College on 16th April. Entitled Wales – From Mountain Top to Seashore, Iolo’s informative talk on Welsh wildlife enthralled an audience of over 200, and inspired a lively question session … Continue reading
The Elan Valley is looking forward to hosting another enticing and varied programme of events, visits, walks, exhibitions and more during the coming months. Details are available on the Trust website.
The Vincent Wildlife Trust is presenting a talk about red squirrel conservation and the mid Wales red squirrels, on Thursday 6th March at the Royal Oak Inn in Rhandirmwyn, Carmarthenshire starting at 7pm. Come along and find out more about … Continue reading
The Elan Valley Trust has published its annual programme of walks, nature rambles, talks, field trips, farm visits and other activities up to January 2015. Click here to download.
The February CMS members’ walk will be in the Devil’s Bridge area on Sunday the 23rd. Led by naturalist Red Liford, it will start at 10am from Frongoch lead mine. Full details on website Society/Events Listing.
The numbers of many upland birds in Wales have declined in recent decades. After discussion with professional ornithologists the CMS trustees have decided to encourage its members to note any sightings of particular species made while they are out in … Continue reading