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Adroddiad Cadwraeth 2021 / 2022

Adroddiad Cadwraeth 2021 - 2022Dadlwythwch

Dyfrgi Dyffryn Aman

Dyfrgi a welwyd ar Nant Pedol yn Nyffryn Aman
Black Knapweed

Adroddiad Cadwraeth 2020 / 2021

Mae eich cefnogaeth wedi ei gwneud yn bosibl i ni gynyddu ein darpariaeth cadwraeth natur yng Nghymru a chynnal ymgyrchoedd pwysig a phrosiectau penodol i rywogaethau. Adroddiad-Cadwraeth-2020-2021Dadlwythwch
Devil's-bit Scabious

Gwirfoddoli a INCC

Mae gwirfoddolwyr yn hanfodol i'r gwaith rydyn ni'n ei wneud. Mae Rhodri Rutherford wedi bod yn gwirfoddoli gyda'r INCC, gan helpu i fwydo lindys britheg y gors drwy ddarparu planhigion tamaid y cythraul ffres yn barhaus a sicrhau bod y planhigion yn cael eu dyfrio'n dda. Diolch! Helo, fy enw i yw Rhodri ac rwy’n astudio Bioleg ym Mhrifysgol Aberystwyth....
Robin goch

Give a Natur Cymru subscription as a gift this Christmas

Got a nature-lover in your life? Looking for a meaningful Christmas present for them? Look no further than Natur Cymru! For just £30 you can give a year’s magazine subscription this Christmas and bring the joy of Welsh wildlife and wild places to those you love. For £30 you will get: A copy of the current edition (summer 2021) to...
Black Knapweed

Adroddiad Cadwraeth 2020 / 2021

Mae eich cefnogaeth wedi ei gwneud yn bosibl i ni gynyddu ein darpariaeth cadwraeth natur yng Nghymru a chynnal ymgyrchoedd pwysig a phrosiectau penodol i rywogaethau. Mae'r ddogfen isod yn grynodeb o'r gwaith cadwraeth natur rydych chi wedi'i gefnogi yn ystod 2020 - 2021. Adroddiad-Cadwraeth-2020-2021Download
Volunteer Katie Ritchie checking the Marsh Fritillary rearing pen

My Year with INCC

I’m Katie, and I’ve been helping out with the marsh fritillary project as part of my undergraduate placement year at the National Botanic Garden of Wales. My role has involved checking that the caterpillars had enough healthy devil’s bit scabious to feed on, looking out for the parasitic wasp emerging from any caterpillars in the first few months of the...

Marsh Fritillary Project Update – July 2021

A lot has happened in the 2 months since the last update when the first butterfly had emerged in the rearing pens. Not long after that our newly-appointed species officer started and was lucky enough, on his first day, to see a pair of marsh fritillaries mating in one of the pens. This was a real milestone and a relief...

Marsh Fritillary Project Update

Earlier this year, INCC took a huge step toward securing the future of a fragile marsh fritillary butterfly population in South Wales. In February, staff and volunteers collected 80 caterpillars from the wild to start Wales’ first marsh fritillary captive rearing programme. Between 10 and 20 wild caterpillars were taken from five donor sites in Rhondda Cynon Taff and Caerphilly....