WTSWW

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WTSWWWildlife Trust of South and West Wales (UK)
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VThe Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales has called for people to step forward for service at Whitford Point sand dunes at Baglan Burrows.
The daredevil plunged headfirst over a quarry lake at Zip World Velocity in Bethesda on Friday, to raise cash for The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales.
It will be used to harvest reeds on the Teifi Marshes nature reserve, owned by the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales.
The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales (WTSWW) wants to inspire "random acts of wildness" during its annual challenge, 30 Days Wild, for the month of June.
The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales manages approximately 80 nature reserves, from ancient woodlands to breath-taking islands.
Conservation manager of the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales, Dr Lizzie Wilberforce, said: "The Gwent section goes through classic Gwent Levels habitat near reens and places like Magor Marsh, so there is a relatively high risk of impact on otters during operations, which could be partly mitigated with survey work and sympathetic working practices.
Director of operations for The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales Dr Madeleine Harvard said: ``The Welsh Wildlife Trusts are determined to see that otter numbers continue to grow.
Volunteers are needed to help stave off the threat of diminishing woodland in Wales, says The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales.
The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales, which runs the 300-acre reserve, has started to raise funds in the hope of bringing this declining species back from the brink.
THE Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales has announced the start of an new project '#MYWILDCARDIFF' which will launch this spring.
Rebecca Vincent, marketing and communications officer for the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales, said: "We are thrilled to have another of our reserves nominated in the Landlove Awards after Skomer Island won the title of Britain's Favourite Nature Reserve 2016.
Rebecca Vincent, marketing and communications officer for the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales, said: "This event with Dogs Trust is a fantastic opportunity to promote responsible dog ownership on the nature reserve as well as Dogs Trust's Big Scoop campaign.