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Recording birds seen in the Cambrian Mountains

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

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Cambrian Mountains – the way ahead?

“When we see land as a community to which we belong, we may begin to use it with love and respect” – from A Sand County Almanac by Aldo Leopold, 1948. Members may be aware of the latest debate sweeping … Continue reading

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People & Pine Martens in Wales

This project of the Vincent Wildlife Trust is being led by David Bavin, and has recorded a number of credible pine marten sightings, with an appreciable concentration around the upland forests in the Cambrian Mountains, east of the Rheidol valley, … Continue reading

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