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The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales
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Protecting nature in south and west Wales
Protecting nature in south and west Wales

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Fun Fact Friday...

As recently as 1997 there were just 11 male bitterns left in the UK; now, there’s over 150!

©Jamie Hall
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Feel happier, healthier and more connected to nature this June - sign up to #30DaysWild here: http://ow.ly/JzKT30bPpHh
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After raising funds for the Trust, typical British weather unfortunately prevented Hillary Pascoe from doing the world's fastest zip line. However she did manage to do an aerial assault course instead, which proved much more challenging!

A massive thank you goes out to Hillary for going to such great 'heights' for local wildlife. http://ow.ly/xETk30bJGCg
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Opticron will be at Lockley Lodge tomorrow!

Try before you buy or ask any questions to the opticron experts between 9am and 4pm.
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Fun Fact Friday...

Did you know that there are 24 species of bumblebee in the UK? Discover more: www.wildlifetrusts.org/bees #wildaboutgardens
©Jon Hawkins
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Don't forget to visit Lockley Lodge on Tuesday (16th) for excellent advice on picking out a new pair of binoculars. 9am - 4pm.
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Have you signed up to #30DaysWild yet?

Get your FREE pack here: http://ow.ly/VoSv30bx39M and do something wild every day throughout June?
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Check out WTSWW's Woodlands that are sporting some fantastic wild flowers this spring: http://ow.ly/rc5c30bomPj

This is Castle Woods
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Opticron will be at Lockley Lodge Visitor Centre on Tuesday 16th May to showcase some of their binoculars, monoculars and scopes. Perfect for the birdwatching enthusiast visiting Skomer or Skokholm to try before you buy, 9am until 4pm.
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Fun Fact Friday...

Male Red Deer are called Stags. #WildlifeAdventure

©Jon Hawkins
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