Wednesday, 18 June 2014

Natur Cymru 51st edition

'Birds of Wentwood Forest' by Paul Robbins.
Paul is based in south Wales and his website is
Brecon Beacons – a volume of natural riches. Jonathan Mullard. The creation of the latest volume in the New Naturalist series

Wentwood – an ancient forest back from the brink. Barry Embling. From commercial plantation to broadleaved woodland

A riddle in the cliffs. Ivor & Jane Rees. Archaeological evidence for the gathering of 'sea manure'

Afordir gwyrdd – rhy wyrdd?. Iwan Edgar. Newidiadau tirwedd y mae polisi amaethyddol wedi annog ffermwyr i'w cyflawni

Gobies – a guide. Paul Kay & Lin Baldock. A closer look at the goby species around the Welsh coast

Waters from the deep – Taff's Well thermal spring. Gareth Farr. New interest in an old hydrological curiosity

Shakespeare's Meadow. Ursula Bowen. Enhancing Radnorshire's Willow Globe Theatre

Turning tides and turbulence.Vicky Moller. The case for renewable energy from the seas around Wales

Discoveries in Science. Ingrid Jüttner. New diatom species described from Wales

Green bookshelf. John Lloyd, David Saunders, James Robertson Geoff Gibbs

Life lines. Stewart Campbell & Margaret Wood. GeoMôn launches geoboards and rock trail

Recording nature. Lizzie Wilberforce. Pembrokeshire's Seabird Islands: conference report

Nature at large. Ivy Denham. Habitat management – coastal grassland

Marine matters. Ivor Rees. Expanding responsibilities at sea 

From the garden. Colin Miles. Weekly surveys at the National Botanic Garden for Wales 

Mammals at large. Lizzie Croose, Lorna Baggett. Recording polecats and mink

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