Wildlife Trust of South & West Wales
The Wildlife Trust of South & West Wales was formed in 2002 out of Dyfed and Glamorgan wildlife trusts. We are working to ensure wildlife has a future in Brecknock, Carmarthenshire, Cardiff, Glamorgan, Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion.
The Wildlife Trust manage over 100 nature reserves, from Cardiff to Aberystwth, including the islands of Skomer and Skokholm. We do all of this on membership moneys, legacies, donations and grants. We have a small staff team and much of our work is done with the assistance of volunteers. Volunteers play a vital role in the Trust’s work. With hundreds of committed volunteers we are achieving great things and with your help we can do so much more. Each volunteer brings with them knowledge and enthusiasm which really makes a difference to the work of the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales. So, why not get involved – protect wildlife, have fun, get fit and meet people who share your interests. Our aim is to be the most active and influential wildlife champion in South and West Wales.
Our OBJECTIVES are:
1. To stand up for wildlife and the environment
2. To create and enhance wildlife havens
3. To inspire people about the natural world
4. To foster sustainable living
We see our UNIQUE role as: “people taking action for local wildlife”