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Family friendly coastal parks with everything from camping pitches to chalets and lodges. With all amenities on site the whole day is free to explore the Welsh coastline and beaches.
North Wales Wildlife Trust’s response to Coronavirus
The health and wellbeing of the public, volunteers and staff are of utmost importance to the North Wales Wildlife Trust, and we have therefore been keeping a close eye on government advice in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
Applications for youth traineeships now open!
North Wales Wildlife Trust are offering a free conservation training course for young people in Anglesey, Gwynedd and Conwy this summer.
Plast Off! - Finishing 2019 as we started it, with a big community beach clean!
We said fairwell to 2019 with another ‘Plast Off!’ beach clean event on the west coast of Anglesey. This time around, members of our NE Wales Youth Forum were in the driving seat; organising the logistics, running activities and handing out equipment. Here is 14 year old Jacob’s report on the day’s events.
Bethany - Making waves down in Cardiff
A young volunteer from Amlwch has been recognised for her dedication to the Our Wild Coast project at the Welsh Charity Awards.
Beavers – in the past or future of Wales?
Ever heard of the River Conwy Afanc? Maybe the Afanc is not just a mystical creature of the past, after all!
Nature’s recovery at heart of election demands
The General Election is a crucial moment for wildlife. What can you do to help create a wilder future?
Hedgehogs need you!
Hedgehogs face a combination of threats at this time of year – well, if you have nowhere to live and gather enough food to survive the winter, you’re going to be in trouble! But there are simple things we can all do to help …
After the great harvest
The flowers may be fading, but there’s plenty of life in your garden yet!
Llyn Brenig Ospreys – headlines from 2019 …
Read a summary of the amazing journey of these special birds – from arrival to migration …
Mysterious natural explosions …
If you go down to the woods today, you may be in for a big surprise!
Wildflowers to the rescue
We can all incorporate wildflowers into our gardens – and enjoy the buzz that comes with them! Anna Williams shares some suggestions …
Another amazing year for Our Wild Coast!
Young people can be an inspiration to us all – why not read about what 500 of them have been doing for wildlife over the past three years?