Subject index – issues 1-50

References in bold are authors or subjects of main articles. References in italics are scientific names or book/journal titles.

(c) after an English reference indicates that the article is written in Welsh, with an English summary.

 

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W

WAG see Welsh Assembly Government

wagtail, grey, 4:27

Wales at Water’s Edge by Gower & Moore, 45:50

Wales Biodiversity Group, 1:39 see also Wales Biodiversity Partnership

Wales Biodiversity Partnership, 20:23; 34:45

Wales Biodiversity Partnership Award, 13:45

Wales Biodiversity Week

++++2002, 4:46

++++2003, 6:46

Wales Coast Path, 42:31; 45:4, 26-27; 47:36-7

++++birdwatching from, 45:32(c)

++++damage to, 50:51

Wales Deer Initiative, 18:22

Wales Environment Link, 10:44; 19:45; 20:23

Wales Fungus Day

++++2012, 45:46-7

++++2013, 49:50

Wales Mammal Group, 15:47

Wales Raptor Study Group, 18:4ff

Wales Rural Development Plan, 31:20

Wales Spatial Plan, 20:22

Walia, 22:19

Walker, Ian, 20:33

Walker, T.G., 50:30(c)

walking

++++guides, 45:39

++++personal accounts, 36:33; 38:23; 45:4, 36, 39; 47:36; 49:39

Walking Mid Wales’ Nature Reserves by Jane Griffiths, 32:44

Wallace, Alfred Russel, 40:19, 20

Wallace, Ian, 23:36

Walmsley, Clive, 2:19

Walters, John, 12:44

warbler

++++aquatic, 25:22

++++Cetti’s, 1:46

++++grasshopper, 16:45

++++Radde’s, 27:45

++++willow, 9:47; 16:45

++++yellow-browed, 29:41

wardens, work of, 41:18(c)

warfarin, 1:24ff; 6:35

Waring, Townsend & Lewington, authors, 9:45

wasps, 34:23

water

++++chemistry, 1:20

++++management of, 2:13; 3:41; 5:10

++++nitrate levels, 1:20

++++phosphate levels, 1:20

++++purification, 1:20

++++water quality, 41:8

water bailiff, 27:33(c)

water buffalo, 12:9ff; 43:32

water crowfoot, three-lobed, 6:17, 29ff; 18:9; 28:47

Water Framework Directive, 31:25; 50:10-12

water germander, 18:9

Water Resources Strategy for Wales, 1:34

Waterford, 22:13

Watkins, Ruth, 30:9

Watts, Phil, 36:4

Waun Fignen Felen, 42:21, 22(c)

Waun Las Nature Reserve, 46:46

Waunfawr, 50:49(c)

wave power, 28:18

wavy hair grass, 23:32

waxcaps, 9:37ff; 13:19; 21:6ff

++++Hygrocybe spadicea, 21:7

weasel, 13:47; 31:39

weather

++++extreme, 48:8; 50:13

++++records, 50:13, 28(c)

website creation, waleswildlife.com, 42:3

website review, marine bivalves, 41:44

Wells, Derek, 26:13

Welsh Assembly Government elections May 2003, 6:41

Welsh Assembly Government, 4:43; 5:10,11, 43; 6:46; 22:48; 28:42; 29:43; 37:35

Welsh Black cattle, 12:31; 29:24; 30:10ff; 38:20ff

Welsh Black Grouse Recovery Project, 5:19

Welsh Botanology, 11:8-9(c)

Welsh Conservation Management Conference, 28:26; 29:46

Welsh Environment Strategy, 37:35

Welsh Institute of Countryside &Conservation Management, see NATUR

Welsh Mammal Strandings, 5:45

Welsh Mountain Zoo, 6:43; 19:39

Welsh Pony & Cob Society, 27:12ff

Welsh poppy, 11:46

Welsh Stone Forum, 15:36(c)

Welsh Wildlife Centre, Cilgerran, 12:9ff

Welsh Wildlife in Trust ed. Bill Lacey, 43:8

Welsh Woods and Forests by William Linnard, 3:42

Wentwood forest, 17:34

West Angle Bay, 50:46

West Wales Field Society, 2:5

Westcott, Stephen, 1:44

Wetland Bird Survey, 40:6

Wetland Ecosystem Treatment System, 45:28

wetlands, 6:24; 11:17; 11:22; 29:43; 41:46

Wetlands for Wales, 16:15

whale

++++bottlenose, 8:44

++++humpback, 27:47

++++killer, 10:45; 48:50

++++minke, 8:44

++++pilot, 19:46

Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society, 12:31; 43:45

Whalley, Paul, 11:42, 43(c)

What Has Nature Ever Done for Us? by Tony Juniper, 48:40

wheatear, 7:45; 23:45; 42:48

Wheeler, David, 12:18

whelk processing, 7:39

When Hippo Was Hairy by Nick Greaves, 3:42

When Lion Could Fly by Nick Greaves, 3:42

When the tide goes out, CCW report, 26:47

Where to Watch Birds – Wales by David Saunders & Jon Green, 30:44

whey, 41:5

whimbrel, 9:47

whinchat, 42:48

whitebeam, 7:17; 30:40

++++Ley’s, 35:23, 46

++++new discoveries, 47:43

++++Welsh species, 35:46

Whitehead, Sian, 49:42

Whole Farm Plans, 16:34-5

whorled caraway, 11:46

Wigley, Meinir, 10:35(c)

Wil Jones/cofiant, 5:40 (c)

Wilberforce, Lizzie, 48:4

Wild About the Wild by Iolo Williams, 19:43

wild harvest, 21:19

wildcat, 34:12

wilderness, concept of, 2:8, 25; 6:6

Wildflower Safari: the Life of Mary Richards by William Condry, 1:41

Wildflowers of Britain & Ireland by Blamey, Fitter & Fitter, 9:45

wildlife

++++corridors, 3:23; 32; 24:5ff

++++crime, 11:45; 25:45; 27:19; 28:5

++++diary, 8:14

++++gardening, 9:44; 10:28, 47; 11:10; 14:12; 43:11, 29; see also gardening

++++photography, 10:22ff; 12:27ff

++++populations, monitoring of, 2:20ff; 6:38

++++success stories, 37:15

wildlife activities

++++birdwatching, 33:38-9; 34:27(c)

++++botany, 33:40

moth trapping, 33:39

++++rockpooling, 33:40-41

Wildlife Helpline, 25:40-1

Wildlife in Trust by Tim Sands, 45:48

Wildlife Trust

++++Brecknock, 43:8, 42

++++Glamorgan, 10:9ff; 43:7

++++Gwent, 33:22; 39:20; 43:8; 50:6

++++Monmouthshire, 43:8

++++Montgomeryshire, 33:30; 34:37; 37:47; 43:9, 32

++++North Wales, 4:12; 23:47; 26:42; 34:5, 8ff; 36:5ff; 43:9, 37

++++Radnorshire, 4:15; 37:5ff; 43:9

++++South & West Wales, 12:9; 24:23ff; 33:29; 38:47; 43:37, 42

Wildlife Trusts

++++history of, 43:6

++++management of, 43:36

Wildlife Wales Activities, 28:39

Wildlife, My Life by William Condry, 1:41

Williams, Anna, 43:11

Williams, Charlotte, 21:43

Williams, Clare, 40:40-41

Williams, David, 39:36; 46:49; 49:20

Williams, Eloise, 47:22

Williams, Gethyn, 4:42 (c), 43; 5:43; 6:41; 7:41; 8:41; 9:42; 10:44; 11:41

Williams, Graham, 17:11; 30:46

Williams, Gwyn, 34:33, 34

Williams, Iolo, 2:30 (c); 4:45; 15:43(c); 19:43, 21:16; 26:43; 39:4; 41:43

Williams, Iorwerth Ellis, 41:20(c)

Williams, John Lloyd (1854-1945), 9:10(c)

Williams, Merfyn, 26:40(c); 29:13

Williams, Paul, 2:48; 6.47; 25:32(c); 41:43

Williams, Rhys, 9:27(c)

Williams, Rolant, 7:12(c)

Williams, Steve, 16:16

Williams, Syr Ifor, 10:34(c)

Williams, T.H. Parry, 47:11(c),13

Williams, Vanessa, 43:15-16

Williamson, Kate, 7:7; 9:31; 10:28; 12:45; 15:47; 17:18; 20:47

Willis, Delyth, 37:28

willow, 20:9(c)

willow

++++dwarf, 33:10

++++replacing concrete, 33:31

++++short rotation, 21:10

Wilson, Edward O, 1:42; 5:44

Wilson, Michael, 39:44

Wilson, Phil, 10:45

Wilson, Scott, 3:37

wind turbines, 5:12; 28:19ff; 39:6

++++effect on birds, 14:4-5

++++offshore, 4:33; 7:41; 13:44

++++onshore, 14:4

Winder, Jon, 17:34

windfarms, see wind turbines

wingtagging, 5:35

Winllan wildlife garden, 6:9

Winstanley, Peter, 39:21

wintering grounds, 49:18, 31, 42

Wistow, Richard, 12:47

Withering, William, 46:17(c)

Wolseley, Pat, 40:21

wood

++++traditional uses of, 12:35

++++working with, 10:6

++++dead, as habitat, 49:26

wood pasturage, 29:4

wood spurge, 40:41

woodcock, 38:41

woodland

++++100,000 hectare challenge, 45:45

++++ancient, 2:17; 4:15ff; 12:33ff

++++brash, 45:11-13

++++collection of seeds, 3:37

++++decline of birds in, 19:22

++++management of, 23:31; 29:4, 32, 47

++++oak, 29:4

++++prehistoric, 10:4

++++response to climate change, 37:45; 39:45

++++restoration, 12:33; 17:28 (c), 17:34

++++stump removal, 45:12

Woodland Assurance Scheme, 12:35

Woodland Habitat Action Plans, 3:37

Woodland Management for Birds, 34:44

Woodland Trust see also Coed Cadw, 17:34ff; 24:46; 29:39, 47; 48:52; 50:43

Woodlands by Oliver Rackham, 22:40

Woodlands for Wales strategy, 31:43

woodlouse, 27:24

Woodman, Stella, 18:33

woodpecker,

++++great spotted, 12:27

++++lesser spotted, 38:41

Woods of the World conservation project, 4:29

Woods, Ray, 2:27; 3:44; 16:42; 20:41; 21:7; 24:29; 37:7, 32

Woolley, Dave & Liz, 8:37

Woolly Wendy and the Snowdon Lily by Sian Lewis, 3:42

Woolner, John, 40:18

World Trade Organisation, 5:10

World War II, 16:8-9; 48:46

worm, shovelhead spp, 49:46

wrack, knotted, 28:31

Wrecsam/Wrexham, 20:20; 23:30; 43:20(c)

Wright, David, 30:29

Wright, Harold, 4:11

Wright, Liz, 37:40

WWBIC, 26:31

WWF, 4:48; 5:10, 11; 18:15(c), 18:18; 21:41; 30:42(c), 43

Wyatt, Len, 8:12

wych elm, 3:38; 6:47(c)

Wye & Usk Foundation, 9:17

Wye river, 9:4, 17; 19:27-31; 40:16-17; 49:37-38(c)

Wye Valley by George Peterken, 29:45

Wyeswood Common, 26:42; 27:8

Wynne, Ellis, 31:10(c)

Wynn, F.G, 17:39

Wysg, 21:39