Anglesey Wildlife Latest News and Events

Catch the Anglesey Wildlife Latest News and Events here with the Anglesey Branch of North Wales Wildlife Trust. The group holds regular meetings at various venues across the island.

Monthly meetings offer you the opportunity to hear guest speakers who are experts in their subject area.

Below you will find links to the latest news and a list of forthcoming monthly events.

If you would like to write your own story on any aspect of wildlife on Anglesey or elsewhere, please complete the form below.

It may be you enjoyed a walk along the Anglesey Coastal Path or perhaps discovered some interesting wildlife along our many beautiful beaches.

Perhaps you visited an interesting location overseas and would like to share your experiences with other readers.

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Adventurous Red Squirrels Escape Island Across Bridge 
Friends of Anglesey Red Squirrels believe some of the endangered mammals may have crossed one of the two Menai Straits Bridges linking the island to the …

1. Friday 11 April 2008, 7.30pm Branch AGM followed by: Inspiring Wildlife into our Gardens. Tips on making your garden even more wildlife friendly with …

North Wales Wildlife Trust, Anglesey Branch Archives 
1. Thursday 7 February, 2 pm. Waste Management on Anglesey An update on the subject that affects us all. Meirion Edwards, IoACC. St.Cyngar’s Church …

Anglesey Wildlife Trust Events, October, November 2008  Not rated yet
Thursday 2 October 2008 2.00 pm Anglesey AONB: Special qualities in a distinctive landscape. An account by an Anglesey AONB Officer. St. …

Wildlife Shore Walk At Rhosneigr Not rated yet
Come along and walk the shore at Rhosneigr on Sunday, 20th April, between 4.00 and 6.30 pm with Tom Clifton. This is a great opportunity to discover …

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