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.

Thursday 21st October from 6.30 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:

Sunday 7th November 2021 7pm to 8.30pm

WildLive: Let Nature Help

In the midst of COP26, the United Nation’s climate change conference, this is a special Wild LIVE episode from the heart of the discussions in Glasgow. A panel of climate and nature experts will discuss why we must bring back nature on an ambitious scale to deal with the climate crisis.

This event is organised by the Wildlife Trust's umbrella body, and forms part of the  'Wild Live' series of online discussions hosted by The Wildlife Trusts’ Chief Executive, Craig Bennett.  You can sign up to attend the event here: 

Monday 8th November 2021 7.30pm
Iolo Williams - Guiding: The highs and snores
Iolo is well known for his work on television, presenting wildlife programs.  In this talk, he will be enlightening us on the other side of his career in nature: guiding wildlife tours.  (This event is hosted by the mid. Pembs. local group of the Trust).

You will need to book for this talk and there is a charge of £10.  All proceeds will go directly to the Wildlife Trust to support wildlife conservation projects in the South and West Wales area.  You can book a place using this link:

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-based conservation and the power in collective action.

This presentation, by Madi Bowden-Parry, will discuss community-based conservation and how this approach can mobilise meaningful and impactful actions for nature conservation.

(Hosted by Cardiff Group)

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