Indoor meetings are held jointly with WildSoc, the student wildlife society of Cardiff University. Unless stated otherwise, they are held in the Wallace Lecture Theatre (0.13) of the Main Building of Cardiff University, starting at 7.30 pm.

Thursday 31st January 2019. 7.30pm. Indoor Meeting

Pied Flycatcher declines in Wales: where and why.

Jez Smith from Cardiff University will be describing the recent significant declines in the number of breeding pied flycatchers in south and mid-Wales and whether this can be attributed to climate change or some other factor.

Thursday 28th February. 7.30pm. Indoor Meeting

Recapturing, enhancing and celebrating the unique Gwent Levels Landscape—the work of Living Levels Landscape Partnership”.

by Gavin Jones (RSPB).

Thursday 21st March. 7.30pm. Indoor Meeting and Local Group AGM.

The Wildlife of Glamorgan.

Local naturalist and wildlife photographer Paul Denning will cover some of the rare fauna and Flora of Glamorgan and show some of the species that have recently colonised South Wales.

Thursday 11th April. 7.30pm. Indoor Meeting

Wild Bees of Wales

Buglife Cymru have recently launched the Wales Threatened Bee Report. This is the first report of its kind to examine the status of bees throughout Wales, and Clare Dinham, the Manager of Buglife Cymru, will be telling us about their findings.

Thursday 9th May 2019

Brexit: is this a second chance for nature?

In a Wales post-Brexit how will nature fair? Come along to discuss the many opportunities and threats to wildlife in Wales that Brexit poses. To outline the discussion Rachel Sharp CEO of Wildlife Trusts Wales will discuss the complexities of our ability to continue to protect wildlife and to fund conservation work in an uncertain future. The talk will also cover the potential future of farming, forestry and fisheries in Wales.

WTSWW Cardiff 2015