The Welsh Wildlife Centre

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    The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales

    The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales manages over 4,000 acres of some of the region's most precious wild places in the form of over 80 nature reserves. This diverse area boasts magnificent coastline, islands, rugged mountains, the heritage rich ex-coalmining valleys and the richest agricultural land in Wales.

    The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales as it stands has only been in existence since April 2002 formed by merger of West Wales Wildlife Trust and Glamorgan Wildlife Trust but it has a long history of protecting wildlife, which started before the Second World War in Pembrokeshire.

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