Counting and recording wildlife
Monitoring wildlife is a crucial way for us to find out what's happening with wildlife and how we can best help.
At our biggest nature reserve in Radnorshire, a group of volunteers called the Gilfach Rangers help us monitor wildlife activity. They also carry out light practical tasks as well as chatting with visitors. Think you might like to join this group? Then contact Darylle Hardy on firstname.lastname@example.org
Surveys are carried out on other land other than our nature reserves, such as roadside verges, privately owned land and Local Widlife Sites (LWS). There was a recent project called Where the Wild Things Are which looked at how we value, assess and care for these local wildlife sites across Powys. Whilst the project has ended the work has not! To find out more about Local Wildlife Sites in Powys please click here.