Our Programme for Winter 2021/2022

Cardiff Naturalists' Society and the Wildlife Trust for South and West Wales (WTSWW) have jointly organised a series of online talks for Autumn 2021. This is the provisional programme, which will be updated as further details become available or additional talks are announced. All talks start 7.30 pm, unless otherwise advised. 
We start outdoor meetings in 2022 with the Annual New Years Birdwatch (details below).
Also look out for member e-mails and social media for links to talks and further information.





Monday 4 October

’Sands of Time’ (about Kenfig National Nature Reserve) (Hosted by Bridgend Group of the WTSWW)

This online meeting is available by clicking on the following link:

Laura Bowen 

Thursday 14 October

‘Exploring the Thaw Valley’A personal account of the wildlife, scenery and history along this Vale of Glamorgan river. Although only 20km from source to sea there is a surprising diversity of interest along the way.

Link to access the talk:

(Hosted by Cardiff Naturalists’ Society)

Rob and Linda Nottage

Tuesday 23 November

‘Butterflies of Wales’

This online meeting is available by clicking on the following link:

(Hosted by the Cardiff Naturalists’ Society).

Rupert & Nicola Perkins (Speckled Wood Wildlife)

Thursday 9 December

7.30 pm

Community-based conservation and the power in collective action

This presentation, by Madi Bowden-Parry, one of the Trust’s Communication Officers, will discuss community-based conservation and how this approach can mobilise meaningful and impactful actions for nature conservation.

This online meeting is available by clicking on the following link:

(Hosted by Cardiff Group of the WTSWW)

Madi Bowden-Parry


Sunday 9 January

New Years Birdwatch - Cardiff Bay

Meet at 10am in the waterfront car park of the Channel View Leisure Centre, Jim Driscoll Way CF11 7HB

Join us for a sociable and gentle walk in the fresh air while looking out for the waterbirds gathered in the Bay. We will cross the River Taff to Hamadryad Park and then on to the Cardiff Bay Wetland Reserve.

Bring refreshments if you wish to continue later, perhaps to the River Ely in Penarth or the Barrage.

This is a joint venture with the Cardiff Group of the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales, led by Linda and Rob Nottage.

 Rob & Linda Nottage












When we can again host indoor meetings, hopefully from January 2022, they will be held at:

 7.30 pm in the Main University Building, Park Place, Cardiff University CF10 3AT. Please look for the signs in the main entrance hall to direct you to the right lecture room.

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