Tuesday, 23 September 2014

Natur Cymru Autumn 2014 Issue 52

'Moorland Cottage' by Gillian Mowbray
Gillian Mowbray Art

Carmel Nature Reserve – a landscape of surprises Deborah Sazer. 
A closer look at a hidden gem.

Guillemots on Skomer. Tim Birkhead
The value of long term monitoring. 

Joining hands to protect peatlands. Gethin Davies and Dave Cowley.  
Partnerships restore two degraded wetlands in Snowdonia and Anglesey.

50 Years Ago.   David Saunders
American land birds in Wales.

Climate and a changing coastline. Sarah Mellor and Richard Neale. 
Hard coastal defences or  the ‘no active intervention’ approach?

Y Tywyddiadur. Duncan Brown a Twm Elias. 
Yn cofnodi tywydd a ffenoleg yng  Nghymru (rhan 2). [Recording weather and phenology in Wales, Part 2]

Renewable energy and the natural environment Keith Jones.
A National Trust perspective.

Levelling nature – motorway madness on the Gwent Levels. Sorrel Jones. 
A view of the proposals for the M4 relief road.

Adenovirus in Wales. Craig Shuttleworth.
Red squirrel conservation and disease.

From the gardenClare Flynn
BeeWalk at the Botanic Gardens.

Nature at largeIvy Denham.
Habitat management.

Islands round-up. Geoff Gibbs.
News from Bardsey and Ramsey.

Discoveries in Science. Christian Baars.
Linking natural science collections in Wales: summer 2014 update.

Woods and forestsJerry Langford.
Campaigning to save ancient woodland.

Green bookshelf. Rob Collister, David Parker, David Saunders.

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