|Artwork by Guy Manning|
Wednesday, 29 August 2012
Natur Cymru autumn edition - out mid September
50 Years Ago – National Nature Reserves then and now – Mike Alexander. The legacy of the last five decades
– Mick Green.
Will a new approach to conservation bring real benefits for wildlife?
A little bird told me – Merlin Evans. The perils of feeding the birds
Stackpole – A treasure trove for grassland and duneland fungi – David Harries. An island of fungal gems!
Sand dunes on the move – John Ratcliffe. The benefits of natural sand dune processes
The sand dunes of Pembrey Burrows – Simeon Jones. Recent restoration in Carmarthenshire
Seaweedy seascapes – Francis Bunker. A tour of underwater pastures
Hen lwybrau a ffyrdd porthmyn – Twm Elias. Allweddau i ddeall y tirlun
Inspired by Nature at Dinefwr – Natur Cymru writing competition winners
· The Hawk moth effect – Chris Kinsey
· How I fell in love with the frog lady – John Harold
Ynys Dewi –
: time to take
stock – Lisa Morgan. Seabird populations and the rat eradication programme Ramsey
Falling apples – painting a picture of Welsh orchards – Andrew Micah Green.
Findings of the Gwent Orchards Project survey
Discoveries in Science – Teresa Darbyshire. Marine collections supporting research in
Islands round-up – Geoff Gibbs. Bardsey: diary of a visit in July
Green Bookshelf – Hywel Roberts, Annie Haycock
NATUR – Mike Alexander. News from the Welsh Institute of Countryside & Conservation Management
Water environment – Gareth Farr. Groundwater animals – the stygobites of
Woods and forest – Chris Tucker. New Ancient Woodland Inventory is launched