Wales’ largest conservation charities urge action to ‘Save Our Wild Isles’

Wales is one of the top 10% most nature depleted countries in the world – which is why WWF Cymru, RSBP Cymru and National Trust Cymru have joined together in a major campaign, calling for an immediate halt to the destruction of UK nature.

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Five of Wales’ Best Bluebell Woods

The sight of bluebells carpeting a woodland floor is one of my favourite things about spring – but Coed Cadw (the Woodland Trust in Wales), has warned that it may become increasingly rare, thanks to the impact of human activity.

Visitors to Wales’ woodlands can play an active part in protecting these precious flowers for future generations, by following a few simple guidelines. 

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Nature in the UK is on the brink – can we still #SaveOurWildIsles?

A new BBC series, narrated by David Attenborough, looks at the nature and habitats to be found right here in the UK and aims to ‘celebrate the wonders of British wildlife’ – but as one of the most nature-depleted countries in the world, can we really keep calling this a ‘wild isle’?

It’s a question which must have been at the heart of a new campaign created by three environmental charities, called ‘Save Our Wild Isles’.

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The Best Welsh Woodland Walks for Boxing Day and Beyond

With the cost-of-living crisis biting hard, Coed Cadw, the Woodland Trust in Wales, has come up with a guide to its best woodlands for festive – and completely free – winter woodland walks for all the family to enjoy.

Coed Cadw has over 100 sites in Wales, a total area of 2,897 hectares (7,155 acres) which are all free to visit and open every day; plenty of choice to keep you busy during that weird time between xmas and new year.

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