Marsh Fritillary. Photo Vaughn Matthews

Saving the Marsh Fritillary in South Wales

Please donate to help prevent the local extinction of one of the UK’s most threatened and iconic species - the marsh fritillary butterfly (Euphydryas aurinia). The butterfly has undergone catastrophic...
Tair Carn overlooking the Amman Valley. Photo Rob Parry

Amman Valley LINC: Overview

Wildflower meadow at Hen Bethel INCC has been working with partner organisations and communities of the Amman Valley to bring about a greater awareness of the wildlife people share their...
Hedgehog

Amman Valley LINC: Wildlife Surveys

Despite the Amman Valley supporting some nationally scarce species, relatively little biodiversity information is known about the area. INCC has always been keen to highlight the importance of the Amman...
Wildflower roadside verge in the Amman Valley

Amman Valley LINC: Habitat Restoration

A habitat survey of a large part of the Amman Valley was undertaken by Carmarthenshire County Council (CCC) in 2020. The survey mapped the habitats in the landscape that are...

Amman Valley LINC: Kestrel Nest Box Project

Following the success of the pied flycatcher nest box project, INCC looked at other threatened species that could potentially be supported in the valley. One such species that could be...
Volunteers on a wildlife walk in the Amman Valley

Amman Valley LINC: Community Nature Conservation

At the heart of INCC’s work in the Amman Valley is community nature conservation. Local people of all ages and abilities are able to have a direct role in helping...
Male-Pied-Flycatcher: photo Jeff Slocombe

Amman Valley LINC: Pied Flycatcher Monitoring

INCC has been building and installing pied flycatcher nest boxes in the Amman Valley throughout a number of different woodlands. This is as part of INCC's commitment to recognising the...
Beaver. Allard Martinius

Beaver Reintroduction Wales

In the past few decades there have been over 200 beaver reintroduction projects to 25 European countries. After their near extinction in the late 1800s, beavers have now been returned...