Programme

Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic our programme will be online until further notice. We will post details here, as and when events are arranged.


Tuesday 9th February 2021. 7.30pm - 9pm. Online Meeting.

Pembrokeshire’s other islands - Ramsey and Grassholm

Pembrokeshire is blessed with stunning offshore islands, internationally important for their seabird populations and seal colonies. We know a lot about Skomer and Skokholm, but what about rugged Ramsey and remote Grassholm? Our new Head of Islands and Marine, Lisa Morgan, has had the privilege to live and work on all four over the last 20 years. She will share the history and wildlife of these islands with us and take a look at the conservation issues affecting them today. (This is a joint meeting with the Bridgend and Swansea local groups of the Trust).


Thursday 4th March 2021. 7.30pm - 9pm. Online Meeting.

The (rapidly disappearing) Wildlife of Indonesia

The Republic of Indonesia is made up of over seventeen thousand tropical islands including Borneo, Bali, Komodo, Sumatra and many, many more. It's home to some of the planet's most enigmatic wildlife but with the world's fourth largest human population... also some of the most threatened. This talk by well-known naturalist and wildlife photographer HughLansdownshows a selection of animals from a few of the islands he's visited on both sides of the famous Wallace Line and highlights the issues facing them and their conservation.(This is a joint meeting with the Bridgend and Swansea local groups of the Trust).


Thursday 8th April 2021. 7.30pm - 9pm. Online Meeting.

Pine Martins

by Dr. Dan Forman. (This is a joint meeting with the Bridgend and Swansea local groups of the Trust).


































WTSWW Cardiff 2020