WTSWW

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WTSWWWildlife Trust of South and West Wales (UK)
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Results suggest that there are nearly half a million breeding pairs in total across the internationally important islands, with 89,000 on WTSWW's Skokholm Island, 350,000 on WTSWW's Skomer Island and 16,000 on Middleholm.
Last year WTSWW received PS30,000 from Visit Wales to create two VR videos involving dolphins and kingfishers.
Last year, thousands of people carried out millions of "random acts of wildness", and this year Rebecca Vincent at the WTSWW says the charity is aiming even higher.
WTSWW cares for many that can be visited and enjoyed.
All six wildlife trusts in Wales oppose a planned cull of badgers and feelings among the WTSWW, which owns seven nature reserves in the affected area, were running high.
BWT and WTSWW share a common border of over 60 miles, as well as two major river catchments, and already worked in partnership on projects.
Following the merger WTSWW will manage more than 100 nature reserves.
Vaughn Matthews, conservation officer at WTSWW, said: "We are delighted that this funding has enabled us to carry out work to benefit such a beautiful and evocative species and we are looking forward to seeing an increase in breeding pairs at Parc Slip in the coming years."
WTSWW is now looking for volunteers to help out with the project, which is being funded by a PS26,060 grant from Sita Trust.
WTSWW red squirrel officer Becky Hulme said: "Good forest design can maintain and improve the habitat that is available for red squirrels and limit the potential for grey squirrel incursions."
According to the WTSWW the forest industry is sometimes seen as posing a threat to native wildlife, but Ms Hulme believes it has played a key role in maintaining the mid Wales red squirrel population.
Thanks to a Woodland Grant Scheme from Forestry Commission Wales, WTSWW hopes to encourage a greater range of tree species and woodland plants.