Gylfinir Cymru/Curlew Wales wants your help in saving the breeding population in Wales. If you see
Curlews away from the coast during March to July, please submit the details here.
For more about the work of the group, visit Curlew Wales.
Job title: Biodiversity Officer
Service: Transport and Countryside
Closing date: 05/05/2022 10:00
Job type/Hours: Permanent | 37 Hour
Salary: £25,419 - £27,514 a year
Pay Scale: S2
Why not join us on one of our guided walks focusing on the amazing wildlife you find living on our Welsh sand dunes?
For the Sands of LIFE project the Local Environmental Records Centres in Wales have organised an exciting series of FREE walks led by local experts. Places are limited and you’ll need to book to reserve your place.
Walks are suitable for all levels of experience. If you’re curious about what lives on sand dunes or just want to see and learn more about the special species there, then these walks are for you!
Walks are typically 1½ to 2 hours long.
Children will need to be accompanied throughout by their parent/guardian. Out of respect for all attendees, dogs are not permitted on these walks. Please bring your own food/drinks, sun-protection and outdoor clothing suitable for the weather on the day (sand dunes can be surprisingly hot, glaring places!).
Highlights from Glas 170
Are long tailed tits adapting to gardens?
Who made this mess?!
Birds of Patagonia (Luis Carrizo) - the huet-huet
Twm Elias' Patagonian bwletin
Wildlife in Ukraine
The old public baths in Bull Bay
Wintering swallows in the Newborough area
Know your mermaids' purses
All meetings aim to improve scientific understanding of the flora of the county as well as improving our plant identification skills, and of course, having fun!
All meetings start at 10am and we expect to finish around 4pm, unless otherwise specified.
Joining instructions are available from Gail.
Join NWWT for an opportunity to learn about and marvel at swifts in action as they return to their nests after a day's feeding on the wing. Bring binoculars and a notebook.
This month in Glas 169:
The dog treadmill
The pig-kitchen in Wales and Brittanny
The birds of Welsh Patagonia: the spectacled tyrant
More about squirrels
February weather report
Diseases of wild birds
….. and much more
Ecologist - (1 year initial contract)
North Wales Wildlife Trust - Bangor office, Bangor, Gwynedd
Remote working (Flexible, initially working from home, with some time required in the Aberduna or Bangor offices in future)
£23,500 – £26,000 (Dependent on experience and performance related bonus)
Closing date: Monday 7 March 2022
Enfys ecology are currently looking for an experienced ecologist to join our dedicated ecology team, largely working across North Wales, you will need to have a minimum of two years’ experience in…
Ecologist - Permanent
£25,000 – £32,000 (Dependent on experience and performance related bonus)
Enfys ecology are currently looking for an experienced ecologist to join our dedicated ecology team, largely working across North Wales, you will need to have a minimum of three years’ experience…
Cofnod, Intec, Ffordd y Parc, Parc Menai,
Bangor, Gwynedd. LL57 4FG