Eye in the Sky

An innovative new project combining state-of-the-art monitoring methods with citizen science will provide a  picture of the changing landscape of ‘Living Wales’, helping improve environmental decision making. Brook Woodman reports.
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Tenant wanted: must eat grey squirrels

Rumours of strange, unfamiliar creatures in the woods around CAT have caused much excitement over the past few weeks. Woodland Officer Alex Chadwick is hoping a pine marten has come…
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Tiny homes for nature

In the UK, gardens cover more land than nature reserves, so what we do in them matters. Alex Chadwick shares some tips on creating your own little wildlife haven.
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Trees, woods and people

In celebration of the Tree Charter’s ‘National Tree Week’, we caught up with Conservation Development Assistant Alex Chadwick to see how you can get involved!
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Restore, revive, rewild

How best can we restore and protect lost habitats to help create a place where nature can thrive?  Ross Mackenzie joined a recent rewilding course at CAT to find out.
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A Wonderful Day in the Woods!

Winding up through the trees along CAT’s brand new Quarry Trail on this special Monday in autumn you would have heard the purest notes of a harp being played. Wandering…
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