I-Spy – a ghost?

Mar 3rd 2015. Forecast windy, cold with the odd showers. Actual, hardly any wind, dry and sunny a lot of the time. For this week Bruce wanted us to try out his ‘I-Spy Wildlife on Waun Las NNR’. This is a fun new way to encourage its visitors to enjoy and appreciate the wildlife on […]

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Pollinating Insects

July 29th 2014 – Lots of interesting photos of the many pollinating insects that are to be found in the Garden and Waun Las.   If any volunteer or member is interested in joining us please send an email to Jane Down– you DON’T have to be an expert in anything, just interested. If you […]

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On the Lakes

July 22nd – very hot!  And the first time for the group to use the boat to explore at least one of the lakes – the rest were too low, or even dried up after the recent dry spell. If any volunteer or member is interested in joining us please send an email to Jane […]

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In the Great Glasshouse

July 8th 2014 – Our group was busy in the Great Glasshouse as can be seen from this slide-show. Even now there are still some fungi around as well as insects of all kinds. If any volunteer or member is interested in joining us please send an email to Jane Down– you DON’T have to […]

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Mainly Moths

June 17th – Due to my indisposition I have not been able to post anything for the past 7 weeks.  Below is a splendid group of photos that were taken by John James. Identifying moths is never straightforward as can be seen from the following emails! There are a couple of wrongly-named moths in the […]

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Smuts and Rusts

On the previous Saturday the Wildlife Trust had done their annual Early Purple Orchid count – in torrential rain – and Bruce was keen to know if we had any in Cae Blaen, or Trawscoed South as it used to be called. So four of us headed there and the rest drove over to Pont […]

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