Issue 70

Natur Cymru rhif / issue 70


Transforming a mid Wales sheep farm into a space for nature

A new whitebeam species for Wales, in Penmaenmawr

Anne talks to Natur Cymru about her career, her passion for conservation, and Welsh wildlife.

Controversial plans to re-open a wildlife-rich stretch of the canal to boating traffic

New technologies assisting in complex ecological monitoring programmes.

Recent sightings of note in Wales

Cyflwyno'r prosiect Tir Canol, a stori ei ddatblygu

Newly identified priority areas for invertebrates in Wales, and their value to conservation.

Cronfa Dreftadaeth y Loteri Genedlaethol yn archwilio effaith ei chyllid amgylcheddol yng Nghymru / The National Lottery Heritage Fund explores the impact of their environmental funding in Wales.

The impacts and opportunities created by foraging and its popularity on social media

Celebrating the work of PONT on conservation grazing in Wales

The Great Eggcase Hunt

Hydroelectric power and the threat to an iconic Eryri waterfall

How the changing climate is affecting some of our most iconic migrant birds.

Restoring habitats and species in Welsh sand dunes.

Tir: The Story of a Welsh Landscape, by Carwyn Graves (reviewed by Richard Hartnip). Porthcawl Naturally, by Greg Nuttgens (reviewed by LW). A Love of Nature, the writings of Roy Bamford (reviewed by LW).

The farming sustainability crisis

Can we find the road to recovery for Wales' seagrass meadows?