NatureSpy Social Enterprise Birthday 5 years

Happy 5th Birthday to us!

It’s been five years since NatureSpy was officially incorporated and formally recognised as a social enterprise and we’ve achieved quite a bit in the last half decade…

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NatureSpy on ITV’s Coast & Country

    NatureSpy on ITV’s Coast & Country   NatureSpy and the iWild project have just been featured on ITV’s Coast & Country programme. If you missed live broadcast you can catch up here (about 4m30s in). Presenter Ruth Wignall and the team joined us to check camera traps set out at North Wales Wildlife Trust’s Coed Cilygroeslwyd nature reserve, where cameras had previously been as part of our iWild North

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New paid traineeship position with NatureSpy

    New paid traineeship position with NatureSpy NatureSpy are looking for a Trainee Retail and Wildlife Officer to join the team. The post will primarily involve assisting with the NatureSpy shop, with opportunities to get involved with our environmental work. To be eligible for the role, you must be based in Wales, aged 16-24 and currently unemployed. The role is full time and based at our office in Llangollen. The

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iWild North Wales camera trap highlights

iWild final report and wildlife records are in

    Back to iWild North Wales iWild final report and wildlife records are in… Click for video NatureSpy’s iWild North Wales project has just come to an end, one year and over 3,200 wildlife records later – and the final report is available online now. It’s been a fantastic project – visiting 17 different parks and nature reserves with local people & volunteers and finding out about the wildlife on site. We’ve captured more than

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Setting up camera traps

iWild & grassland management event with NWWT

NatureSpy are teaming up with North Wales Wildlife Trust for an iWild event with a difference at Aberduna on Saturday the 24th October. As well as helping NatureSpy set up camera traps to see what animals live here, there will also be the opportunity to get hands-on with limestone grassland restoration with North Wales Wildlife Trust. There will be opportunity to learn about and be involved in both activities, or

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