Thursday 23 September 2010, 01:02
Participants in Wales in the the RSPB summer wildlife survey - Make Your Nature Count almost doubled in 2010 with over 4,000 people counting the birds and mammals in nearly 3,000 gardens.
Dana Thomas, from RSPB Cymru, said: "For many species the only way of counting them is to ask people to take part...
Wednesday 22 September 2010, 13:15
Satellite technology has now confirmed that Glyder Fawr, in Snowdonia is actually higher than a thousand metres, giving it new mountain status.Watch a clip on BBC Newsonline.
It is now one of only five 1,000 metre or more high peaks in Wales. Previous measurements calculated it to be only 999 metres...
Monday 20 September 2010, 16:26
A new attempt at introducing a badger cull in parts of west Wales has been proposed by the rural affairs minister - Elin Jones.
An annual cull is being proposed over five year period for north Pembrokeshire and part of Ceredigion.
Monday 20 September 2010, 12:28
The weather has definitely got an autumnal feel to it at the moment but then again we are in autumn now so we shouldn't be too surprised as the nights start to draw in and the days feel just that little bit fresher.
As the leaves around us begin to change colour and float down from their perches, keep...
Monday 20 September 2010, 11:15
Wednesday, 22 September at 7.30pm on BBC One Wales
Rhys Jones isn't your average chap. His normal day consists of dealing with schoolboys bringing home pet tarantulas and boa constrictors escaping from bedrooms.
Rhys is a wildlife expert and one of a handful of people in the UK, qualified to deal with...
Thursday 16 September 2010, 10:00No, it's not the latest Bond film, it's a new children's wildlife and adventure series from Steve Backshall - naturalist, writer, adventurer and TV presenter.
Wednesday 15 September 2010, 13:17
With Ryder Cup fever approaching, I thought I'd look for a nature angle on this year's tournament and golf courses in particular.
Traditionally, golf courses don't have a particularly good reputation for being wildlife friendly - mainly due to the amount of pesticides and water used to keep the greens...
Friday 10 September 2010, 15:55The last time bore fever struck was back in March this year when a 5* bore went on the rampage - sending the national press into a frenzy. Sky TV even covered the event with a helicopter and film crew!
Wednesday 8 September 2010, 11:44September is a great time for foraging free food from nature's larder and right now we're well into the blackberry season.
Tuesday 7 September 2010, 11:14Prince Charles is visiting the National Botanic Garden of Wales today as he launches a new environmental campaign to sustain an area of African tropical forest - the size of Wales.
Monday 6 September 2010, 12:06Cliff Benson from the Sea Trust has been in touch; concerned that more common dolphins are swimming into Fishguard Harbour and appearing disorientated.
Thursday 2 September 2010, 13:54Just a quick catch up on a few things that have caught my eye recently...
Tuesday 31 August 2010, 10:49The Our Rivers campaign was launched last year to campaign for clean, healthy rivers across England and Wales and not long after - a Government report found that 74% of rivers were failing to meet European environmental targets.
Thursday 26 August 2010, 12:08
The Welsh Assembly Government have announced proposals to tackle TB found in other wildlife in Wales.
Rural Affairs Minister Elin Jones has launched a consultation on a draft legislative order to control TB in camelids, goats and deer.
What's a camelid I hear you cry? Take a look at the wikipedia page...
Tuesday 24 August 2010, 14:24I must confess, I knew absolutely nothing about this amazing endurance event that is currently taking place in our great nation until I spotted it on the WAG website. Such is the power of the web.
Tuesday 24 August 2010, 11:53Last night many of you will have watched in disbelief as Letitia Valentine and Alex Lewis from Swansea got an absolute pasting from those dastardly dragons in BBC One's Dragon's Den.
Monday 23 August 2010, 15:00A new photographic exhibition is running until the end of October at the Newport Wetlands Centre entitled - Photo Fantastic at the Wetlands Exhibition. The exhibition showcases the last decade in the reserves' history.
Monday 23 August 2010, 10:18Diver and regular contributor to our Flickr group - Nick Robertson-Brown has been out diving and taking photographs again off the North Wales coast.
Saturday 21 August 2010, 10:17Nice story on BBC News Online by Tom Singleton about how surfing lessons are helping local autistic kids on Gower.
Thursday 19 August 2010, 10:58Environment Minister, Jane Davidson opened another section of the coastal footpath recently, linking Pendine with the Pembrokeshire border.
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