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Kenfig National Nature Reserve
Ton Kenfig
CF33 4PT

Tel: 01656 743386
Fax: As above

Links to Related Websites

Pond Conservation     Charity for life in fresh waters. Everything you need to know about ponds from digging one in your garden to creating wetland complexes. A great resource!

Bridgend Countryside Volunteers     Find out how you can help manage your countryside from the coast to the mountains! Events, news, volunteering opportunites….They’re all here and you will automatically be notified by email when new posts are made.

Bumblebee Conservation Trust     British bumblebees need all the help they can get. Learn about bumblebees and what you can do to help them here. The site includes a printable garden bumblebee identification sheet.

Glamorgan Bird Club    The two bird clubs in Glamorgan (East Glamorgan Bird Club and Gower Ornithological Society) have joined forces to create this excellent and very active website

Glamorgan WalksFor walks and guided walks across the county

Gower WildlifeInformative site of wildlife sightings from Glamorgan's western end.

Kenfig SocietyThe club study the history and natural history of the locality. The site is full of interesting stories from Kenfig's past.

Countryside Council for WalesThis government organisation provides grant aid and scientific advice on the management of the reserve. Most Welsh National Nature Reserves are directly managed by CCW.

Glamorgan Moth Recording GroupThis club maintains records of moths in the county and runs regular moth recording nights for people to join in with.

Sands of TimeThis educational site was set up to provide information for students working on sand dunes. It was created by Liverpool Hope University College and is based on the dunes of the Sefton Coast in north west England.

SEWBReCThe South East Wales Biodiversity Records Centre is the centre for the collation, management and dissemination of biodiversity data for South East Wales.

UK Butterfly Monitoring SchemeVisit here to see the results from an ongoing survey of butterfly populations in the United Kingdom by the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology and the Butterfly Conservation Society. We run one of the butterfly transects at Kenfig and you can see the details of what has been seen going back to the late 1990s. Other sites have data going back to the 1970s. A well organised and informative site.

Wildlife Trust for South and West WalesFor information on nature conservation and some other nature reserves in the area.

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