Tuesday, 8 September 2015

Natur Cymru Hydref / Autumn 2015 - Rhif / Issue 56

Publication date: 15th September 2015
Cover price £4.50, or quarterly by subscription £18 pa (individual) or £32 (group/organisation)

Zero-till and cover crops – the new agri-revolution ● Mike Donovan. Agricultural management focussed on looking after the soil

Lovely Dyfi – progress in the Biosphere ● Andy Rowland. Community involvement in the extended Dyfi Biosphere Reserve.

Wentwood Forest revisited ● Colin Titcombe. The history and wildlife of this great Welsh forest.

The limestone grasslands of north-east Wales ● John Osley. Colourful grasslands in beautiful landscapes.

Spoilt rotten – the wonders of colliery spoil tips ● Liam Olds. The invertebrate wildlife of these rich and often overlooked habitats.

Sefydliad Morgan Parry Foundation ● Roger Thomas. Hyrwyddo addysg a datblygu cynaliadwy / Advancing education and sustainable development.

Weaving the web: towards a natural garden ● Malcolm Berry. A new approach to growing food and benefiting garden wildlife.

Dartford Warblers in south Wales ● Hannah Meinertzhagen. A study of the habitat types favoured by this new colonist of the Gower Peninsula.

Green Bookshelf ● Julian Hughes, David Saunders, James Robertson & Rowan McShane

Discoveries in science ● Bob Griffiths, Iwan Edwards & Barbara BrownSpread of the New Zealand flatworm – a new citizen-science survey.

Islands roundup ● Ben Porter and Geoff Gibbs. Rare migrant birds on Ynys Enlli / Bardsey Island this spring.

Buglife ● Steven Falk. Promoting spring forage for invertebrates.

Woods and forests ● Rory Francis. Saving the Celtic rainforest at Llenyr

Life lines ● Ben Wray. Alien invasion on the Dee! The Chinese Mitten Crab

From the Garden ● Bruce Langridge. A Welsh mycological revival

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