Tuesday, 10 March 2015

Natur Cymru Spring 2015 - Issue 54

Publication date: 17th March 2015
Cover price £4.50, or quarterly by subscription £18 pa (individual) or £32 (group/organisation)

Dragonflies in Wales – from the records ● Brian Walker & Claire Install. Findings from the new Dragonfly Atlas.

Recording the water-bird splendour of the Dee Estuary • Neil Friswell & Colin Wells. Thirty years of the Wetland Bird Survey on the Dee Estuary.

Y Tywyddiadur – sychder eithriadol 1887 yng Nghymru a thu hwnt • Duncan Brown & Twm Elias. Cofnodi tywydd yng Nghymru (rhan 3).

Common terns at Shotton – a Welsh success story • Peter Coffey. Wales’ common tern breeding colony.

Teifi Marshes nature reserve – from water shrew to water buffalo • Nathan Walton. The wildlife of a much loved wetland reserve.

The Argent and Sable moth and its association with bog myrtle in Wales • Andrew Graham. Revealing an intimate association between an insect and its foodplant.

Tŷ Newydd – an environment to write about • Robert Minhinnink. The National Writers’ Centre of Wales and its sense of place.

60 Years Ago – the story of a National Nature Reserve • Peter Walters Davies & James Robertson.
The struggle to save Cors Fochno from agricultural reclamation.

Green Bookshelf ● Kathryn Birch, Jim Latham

Discoveries in Science ● Kath Slade. 3D slide collection at Amgueddfa Cymru/Nat. Museum Wales

Nature at large ● Ceri Morris. A Pygmy sperm whale is stranded in Caernarfon Bay

From the garden ● Bruce Langridge. I name this field… Cae Tegeirianau

Tribute to Ziggy Otto • Charlotte Gjerlov. Natur Cymru author and inspirational conservation biologist

Islands round-up • Geoff Gibbs. News from Skomer and Skokholm

Life lines ● Anthony Barker. Offshore early warning network

In my front garden ● John Crellin. Life on the street

Buglife ● Craig Macadam. Riverflies and their importance to wetland ecosystems

Woods and forests ● Christopher Matts. Can Ancient Woodland benefit farmers?

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