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Natur Cymru

Natur Cymru

Natur Cymru is a quarterly magazine about nature and the environment in Wales.

Latest issue no 50, Spring 2014

Natur Cymru cover 50 Spring 2014 mainWater is so vital to life and there's usually no shortage in Wales. Modern ecologists and archivists are managers of valuable long term monitoring of both recent and historic data: climate change, extremes of weather, hydropower, and saving endangered species such as freshwater pearl mussels and pine martens.

 

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ART COMPETITION 2012-13

INSPIRED BY NATURE

Congratulations to all those who entered our 2012-13 Art Competition, the standard of entries was very high. You can read a full report on our blog site. The worthy winners are:

 

Siskin by Chris Wallbank

1st prize - £250 sponsored by WWF Cymru:

Chris Wallbank

 ‘Siskin’

Issue 49

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Puffin with sand eels by Sharon Whitley  

2nd prize - £250 voucher towards the cost of a Plas Tan y Bwlch residential art course:

Sharon Whitley

‘Puffin with sand eels’

Issue 47

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Jay's feather on moss by Rich Edwards  

3rd prize - day trip for two to Skomer Island, sponsored by the Wildlife Trust for South & West Wales:

Rich Edwards

‘Jay’s feather on moss’

Issue 48

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Rabbits by Emma Cownie  

4th prize - a £100 voucher for art materials sponsored by Ken Bromley Art Supplies:

Emma Cownie

‘Rabbits’.

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