David, the most famous Welsh Cuckoo
Swifts – life on the wing
In defence of wild land – belonging in a Welsh landscape
Greenland white-fronted geese – parents par excellence
Thinking and talking in the trees – the Llais y Goedwig Gathering 2013
Traditional orchards – a new habitat map for Wales
Golden plover; harnessing modern technology
The sturgeon in Wales
The sturgeon only appears occasionally in Wales, but when one of these fish is caught, it is a notable occasion, and usually hits the local and national press. DUNCAN BROWN, Llên Natur project co-ordinator enourages people to document wildlife and the natural environment, conduct research, interpret wildlife records and note inidividual sightings of sturgeon in Wales.
This article is written in Welsh. You can read a translation here
In my backyard - 'Inspired by Nature' writing competition runner-up
Cwm Eigiau, Craig yr Ysfa, Carnedd Llewelyn… ROB COLLISTER gets on his ‘intermediate technology’ (his bike) in the Conwy valley.
Martin Bailey encounters a red squirrel
Birds at large
Can ecosystems be re-balanced while fish go with chips?
The Breeding Birds of North Wales by Anne Brenchley, Geoff Gibbs, Rhion Pritchard & Ian M Spence
Birds – coping with an obsession by Derek Moore
The Secret Lives of Puffins by Dominic Couzens & Mark Sisson
52 Wildlife Weekends by James Lowen
Discoveries in science
Interesting insights from the National Museum Wales
Shovelhead worms of Wales
Kate Mortimer & Andrew Mackie
Mammals round up
Mammal news from around Wales
Otters, deer and the Mammal Monitoring Network
Plants at large
Wales Fungus Day at the National Botanic Garden of Wales
Woods and forests
News from Coed Cadw, the Woodland Trust in Wales
Ancient trees – help on the way?