Friday, 13 December 2013

Natur Cymru Winter 2013 - edition 49

'Siskin' by Chris Wallbank
Winner of the 2013 Natur Cymru
Inspired by Nature Wildlife Art Competition
Chris's work is being exhibited at 
RSPB Ynys Hir in Spring 2014
David, the most famous Welsh cuckoo – Graham Appleton. Tracking cuckoos by satellite

Swifts – life on the wing – Stephen Bladwell. Fascinating details from the Swift Inventory

In defence of wild land – the John Muir Trust in Wales – Stuart Brooks. Safeguarding the future of Carreg y Saeth

Greenland white-fronted geese – parents par excellence – Stephen Bladwell. Is good parenting enough to save these birds in Wales?

Thinking and talking in the trees – the Llais y Goedwig gathering 2013  - David Williams.
Making decisions in Community Woodlands

Traditional orchards – a new habitat map for Wales – Steve Oram. Fruity havens for wildlife

Golden plover – harnessing modern technology – Mick Green, Heather Crump, Tony Cross and Paul Leafe. News from an important ringing project

Y Styrsiwn yng Nghymru – Duncan Brown. Cofnodau o 'ffosil byw'

In my backyard – Rob Collister. Writing competition runner-up 2012

Field notes – Martin Bailey. The red squirrel bouncing back

Birds at large – Sian Whitehead. Welsh avifauna

Marine matters – Ivor Rees. Can ecosystems be rebalanced while fish go with chips?

Green Bookshelf – Mark Cocker, Geoff Gibbs, David Saunders, James Robertson

Discoveries in science – Kate Mortimer. Shovelhead worms of Wales

Mammals round-up – Frances Cattanach. Reports of otters and deer: getting involved with MaMoNet

Plants at large – Bruce Langridge. Fairy fun time in the National Botanic Garden Wales

Woods and forests – Rory Francis. Ancient trees: help on the way?

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