Our programme usually consists of a mixture of indoor meetings and field trips. However, at present, due to the continuing Covid pandemic, we are still holding our indoor meetings online. Details of the the forthcoming programme are listed below.

Tuesday 14th September 2021 at 7.30 pm

Barry Stewart on Wildflowers of Gower
Barry Stewart is the plant and bryophyte recorder for Glamorgan and also runs Celtic Wildflowers which provides wildflower planting and habitat restoration services to the National Botanic Garden and many conservation organisations. In addition to plant life, Barry has an encyclopaedic knowledge of British wildlife generally and is a local expert on many different types including birds, bees and moths so there is no one better qualified to talk about the unique flora of the Gower Peninsula and the part it plays in the incredibly valuable ecosystems of Britain’s first officially designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Link to access the talk
(Hosted by Swansea Group)

Monday 4th October 2021 at 7.30 pm
Sands of Life byLaura Bowen
Laura is managing the Sands of Life Project in south Wales which aims to recreate precious sand dune habitats and allow specialised dune species such as petalwort and the fen orchid, to thrive. The project covers 10 separate Welsh sites, but in the south, one of the main sites is at Kenfig NNR.
Link to access the talk:

(Hosted by Bridgend Group)

Thursday 14th Octoberat 7.30 pm
Exploring the Thaw Valley by Rob and Linda Nottage
A personal account of the wildlife, scenery & history along this Vale of Glamorgan river. Although only 20km from source to sea there is a surprising diversity of interest along the way.
(Hosted by Cardiff Naturalists)

Thursday 21st October from6.30 to 8.30 pm
Unknown Wales Conference
The Wildlife Trust and the National Museum are holding their now annual celebration of some of the lesser-known wildlife from Wales, but again it will be held online.

A full programme and booking details are available here:

Monday 8th November 2021
An evening with Iolo Williams
Further details will be available here shortly.
(Hosted by mid-Pembs group)

Thursday 18th November 2021

WTSWW AGM (online)

Further details will be available here shortly.

Tuesday 23rd November, 7.30 pm

Butterflies of Wales

Speckled Wood Wildlife, Ru & Nicola Perkins

Details to follow.

(Hosted by Cardiff Naturalists).

Thursday 9th December, 7.30 pm

Community Conservation: behaviour change and the power in collective action.

This presentation, by Madi Bowden-Parry, will discuss behaviour change in nature conservation and how this relates to opportunities in community action to drive meaningful change for the natural world.

(Hosted by Cardiff Group)

WTSWW Cardiff 2020