INCC News

Job Advert – Community Conservation Officer

We are looking for someone to join the INCC team to work with local communities in the valley tohelp increase local biodiversity. Specifically, the role will concentrate on two of the Amman Valley’sflagship species, House Martin and Hedgehog. In addition to the flagship species the role will alsoinvolve running events and activities at INCC’s community wildlife garden to encourage more...

Hysbyseb Swydd – Swyddog Cadwraeth Cymunedol

Rydym yn chwilio am rywun i ymuno â thîm yr INCC a gweithio gyda chymunedau lleol yn ydyffryn i helpu i gynyddu'r fioamrywiaeth leol yno. Bydd y rôl yn canolbwyntio'n benodol ar ddwy orywogaethau blaenllaw Dyffryn Aman, sef Gwennol y Bondo a'r Draenog. Yn ogystal â'rrhywogaethau blaenllaw, bydd y rôl hefyd yn golygu cynnal digwyddiadau a gweithgareddau yngNgardd Bywyd Gwyllt...

Supporting Student Placements

Working alongside students and supporting them as they explore the world of nature conservation in Wales is something that INCC is very proud to be doing. Most recently we teamed up with Cardiff University to welcome Chemistry student Caitlin Ngheim to the team. I’ve recently just completed my first year at Cardiff University studying chemistry. Studying Biology at A-levels I...
Hornet - Vespa crabro

Adroddiad Cadwraeth | Conservation Report 2022 – 2023

Diolch unwaith eto am eich cefnogaeth ac am helpu cyflawni cadwraeth natur. Boed hi trwy ymgyrchoedd i godi arian, ymchwil neu weithgareddau cadwraeth natur ymarferol, mae pob awr o amser a phob punt o arian rydych chi’n ei roi yn cyfrannu tuag at Gymru gyda mwy o fywyd gwyllt mewn mwy o lefydd. Adroddiad-Cadwraeth-2022-2023Download Thank you for all your support...

Student Placements with INCC

Encouraging the next generation of nature conservationists is important to INCC. Offering student placements, internships and volunteering opportunities helps early career conservationists to get a better idea of the sector and the work involved. Our most recent student placement JESS MARSHALL tells us a little about her experiences so far. I studied at Cardiff University from 2016 to 2020 and...

Marsh Fritillary Reintroduction Success

It’s now 18 months since INCC staff and volunteers collected the first caterpillars from the wild to bring back to the rearing pens at the National Botanic Gardens in Carmarthenshire. The last update, in July 2021, described how the next generation of caterpillars were hatching and starting to feed on the Devil’s-bit Scabious that is their foodplant. Since then the...

Species Monitoring Officer

This is Ellyn, the new Species Monitoring Officer at INCC, who will be working with us through August to help carry out tasks on some of INCC’s main projects. Ellyn is a Biology student at the University of Exeter and has just completed her industrial placement year at the National Botanic Garden of Wales, where she has already been helping...

The Amman Valley Otter

Otter seen on the Nant Pedol in the Amman Valley