Programme

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.


Saturday 21st July. Field Trip. All day.

Avon Wildlife Trust's Feed Bristol Community Project.

This joint meeting with the Bridgend and Swansea Groups will involve a coach trip to Bristol to visit the Avon Wildlife Trust’s‘Feed Bristol’ project. Slightly different from our normal trips, this is a community based project that aims to help people appreciate nature by learning to grow food using wildlife-friendly methods. Prior booking is essential and a booking form is available here. There is more information about the project on the Avon Wildlife Trust Website.


Sunday 5th August. 2pm to 3pm. Field Trip

Bumblebees at St. Fagans

Join usfor a walk at St Fagans Museum, to identify the bumblebees in the castle gardens. Meetoutsidethe Museum main entrance(ST 1165 7715)at 2pm.


Wednesday 15th August until Sunday 19th August. Field Trip.

Wildlife Watch in Bute Park

The Trust's ‘Wild about Cardiff’ project will be running a series of events in Bute Park this week. Check www.welshwildlife.org for details.


Sunday 2nd September. 2pm to 3pm. Field Trip

Bug Hunt at St. Fagans

Join us for a bug hunt around the grounds and gardens at St Fagans Museum, when we will in looking for insects and other invertebrates. Meetoutsidethe Museum main entrance(ST 1165 7715)at 2pm.


Saturday 27th October. 10am to 3.30pm. One day conference

Unknown Wales Conference 2018.

A joint event between the Wildlife Trust and National Museum Wales celebrating the unknown wildlife of Wales. Book on info@welshwildlife.org


































WTSWW Cardiff 2015