Splatter, Watch and Wool
Bring back the beaver to keep our rivers flowing and prevent flooding - that's the call from the Mammal Society. And if you're interested in mammal monitoring the society is at Aberystwyth Arts Centre next Saturday 15th February for a day of fantastic presentations on Hedgehogs and Harvest mice - two species that form the focus of the MaMoNet Wales project.
'Project Splatter' mapping UK the phenomenal amount of wildlife killed on our roads .... Do report your sightings on Twitter @ProjectSplatter and Facebook (SplatterProject13) and on the Maps page on their website
The Anglesey Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty's Winter Bird Watch takes place next Saturday 15th Feb - the event kicks off at 8.15 in the morning and if you'd like to get involved email on Lowri Hughes the ANOB Community warden firstname.lastname@example.org or phone her on 01248 752 446
And it's one of the oldest, most versatile, natural and renewable resources rural wales has to offer - the Cambrian Wool Farmers trying to put the Welsh back into Wool.
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