We have moved offices!

Our new contact details are:  North East Wales Wildlife Ltd, 3-4 Plas Power Road, Tan y Fron, Wrexham, LL11 5SZ.
Tel: 01978 269568

Acting locally to protect green spaces for wildlife and people…

We are a small charity operating in the counties of Flintshire, Wrexham, Denbighshire and Conwy. Our business involves land management, providing training courses, running public events, working with schools and colleges to provide educational activities and running a volunteer programme. These activities are dependant on funding. Learn more about us

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Volunteering sessions for May/June 2016

On behalf of all of us at NEWW, we would like to thank you so much for all your continued hard work.

 

Coming up in May 2016:

  • Thurs 5th May – Glascoed Nature Reserve, St Asaph—10 to 4

Join NEWW reserves manager Paul to help cut and rake encroaching rank vegetation from field corners and reedmace flowering stalks or seedheads from ponds.  We will also establish a permanent butterfly monitoring transect and conduct the first butterfly survey (weather dependent) – beginners and experts welcome.  Meet at Llys Edmund Prys (LL17 0JA) at 10 or Rhydymwyn at 9.30.

  • Tues 10th May—Knowle Hill, Buckley— 10 to 4

Join NEWW reserves manager Paul on a Reptile Ramble (weather dependant), beginners and experts welcome, followed by footpath clearance and a litter pick. (Meet at the Glynne Arms)

Further ahead:

  • Thurs 19th May – Mammal Monitoring (mink & otter surveys) —Rhydymwyn—10 –1 (Paul & Kate)
  • Tues 24th May – Breeding Bird Survey & litter pick.footpath maintenance – Knowle Hill, Buckley – Glynne Arms Car Park—10-4 (Kate)
  • Thurs 2nd June – Reptile Training —Rhydymwyn — 9.30—2.30 (ARC & Paul)
  • Tues 7th June – Dead hedging – Knowle Hill, Buckley – Glynne Arms Car Park—10-4 (Kate)
  • Thurs 16th June – Botanical & butterfly surveys—Trefnant—10-4 (Paul)

 

Amphibian survey dates 2016:

- Tues 5th April, Buckley, 8pm

- Thurs 7th April, Alltami, 8pm

- Tues 12th April, Wrexham 1, 8pm

- Thurs 14th April, Broughton, 9pm

- Tues 19th April, Buckley, 9pm

- Tues 19th April, Wrexham 2, 9pm

- Thurs 21st April, Rhydymwyn, 9pm

- Tues 26th April, Trefnant, 9pm

- Thurs 28th April, St Asaph, 9pm

- Tues 3rd May, Rhydymwyn, 9.30pm

- Thurs 5th May, Alltami, 9.30pm

- Tues 10th May, Wrexham 1, 9.30pm

- Weds 11th May, St Asaph, 9.30pm

- Tues 17th May, Wrexham 2, 9.30pm

- Thurs 19th May, Broughton, 9.30pm

- Tues 24th May, Trefnant, 9.30pm

People will need to have a knowledge of newt ID as these are live surveys and not designed for training. The more people the merrier though, its great experience! If you would like to come along, please contact me, so we can know numbers for torches. You will need to bring clean wellies, free from all mud and dirt, and a small torch / headtorch to walk around the ponds with; we will provide the big survey torches (unless you have your own CB2 type torch, feel free to bring that along). Please contact PFurnborough@newwildlife.org.uk for more details.

Training courses and events:

  • Sat 21st May – Spring bird ID walk & workshop – Rhydymwyn – 9.00 to 12.30 – Cost: £5
  • Thur 2nd June—Reptile Training with ARC—Rhydymwyn—9.30-2.30—Cost: free

 

Tasks may involve getting a bit mucky! Please bring old/outdoor, weather appropriate clothes, sensible footwear and lunch. Please note, volunteer activities are subject to change, we’ll do our best to let you know.

We may be able to provide lifts from and to Mold where possible, if you inform us beforehand.

Booking is essential for all events and volunteering so we know how many people to plan for. If you are no longer able to attend any of our events, please let us know as there may be people waiting to book on.
Please visit our website for more information: www.newwildlife.org.uk, or contact me by phone: 01352 742115 or email: PFurnborough@newwildlife.org.uk