From the magnificent uplands of the northeast, across the rolling hills and ancient woodland of the Wye Valley and down to the historic manmade landscapes of the Levels, Gwent is awash with the glorious sights, sounds and colours of Summer. Sign up to our enewsletter, and join Gwent Wildlife Trust as a member if you can, to hear about the best places to visit locally for wildflower walks, returning birds to listen and look out for and to discover more about all the incredible wildlife and diverse habitats of this special corner of Wales.
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Help wildlife at home this autumn
There are lots of simple actions you can take to enjoy and help wildlife at home and in your garden this autumn.