Get involved in our new photography and video competition and help us showcase Gwent's #wildlifefromhome
The Wildlife Trusts face huge challenges during coronavirus.
The Wildlife Trusts are getting a lot of media enquiries wanting evidence of nature returning while everyone has to stay at home during the coronavirus lockdown. While it’s clear that those goats…
Dig out your camera, walking boots and bobble hat and get involved in Gwent Wildlife Trust’s Hill Life Through a Lens photography competition!
Gwent Wildlife Trust has collected more than 1.3 million tree seeds and protected their future by banking them in the vaults of Kew’s Millennium Seed Bank.
We're celebrating after reaching our fundraising target to buy land and create a new nature reserve on the Gwent Levels.
In response to today’s People's Trust for Endangered Species State of Britain’s Dormice 2019 report, Gwent Wildlife Trust's Conservation Monitoring Officer Lowri Watkins explains more…
In response to the State of Nature report 2019 release, Gwent Wildlife Trust’s Acting Chief Executive Gemma Bodé said: “The State of Nature Report 2019 provides extensive evidence for what we,…
Part of our Prisk Wood is in the running for a ‘tree’mendous Welsh title!
Once again this year, our photo competition drew some amazing entries from around the greater Gwent area.