|Puffin by Sharon Whitley|
Friday, 14 June 2013
Natur Cymru 47 - a marine theme
Marine nature conservation in Wales: gloom or hope? - Blaise Bullimore. The struggle to establish protected areas at sea.
Adfer gorgors yn Rhyd-ddu - Gethin Davies.
Sea stars and the Sea Empress – Robin Crump. A tale of two cushion stars in south-west Wales.
The one that got away - Pippa Moore. What influences recreational crabbing success?
‘I carry your heart with me …’ Eloise Williams. Natur Cymru writing competition runner-up.
Harvest time again - Matt Sutton and Vicky Swann. Seed collection and meadow restoration in Pembrokeshire.
Observing a Grey Heron – Linda Auld. Herons and egrets at large.
What is happening to our honeybees? - Pete Barrar. Responding to the threats: a new National Beekeeping Centre in Wales.
A walk in the fields - Julie Bromilow. People in the landscape and the Zero Carbon Britain vision.
A meadow too small: the strange case of Crug-y-Byddar – Julian Jones. A valuable habitat at risk because of a protection loophole.
Discoveries in science – Tim Rich. Waiting for a Sorbus – three new whitebeam discoveries.
Green Bookshelf – Dafydd Roberts, David Saunders, James Robertson.
Woods and Forests – Kylie Jones Mattock. Restoring the Celtic rainforest: the challenge of a lifetime.
Mynd i’r Eisteddfod? / Going to the Eisteddfod?
Nature at large – Colin Miles. Surveys at the National Botanic Garden.
Marine Matters – Ivor Rees. Dilemmas in the rush for renewable energy.