Supported by

Heritage Lottery Fund Cymru

NatureSpy are grateful to the Heritage Lottery Fund for supporting this project.

iWild North WalesiWild North Wales

iWild North Wales was an exciting project funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund that ran from Jan 2015 – December 2015 in Wrexham, Denbighshire & Flintshire.

The project aimed to directly introduce and connect local people to the wildlife living in their communities primarily using wildlife camera traps.

Over a year we gathered over 3,200 wildlife records of 37 species, all submitted to Cofnod Environmental Record Centre. All the best footage and highlights from each site we visited are available here…

iWild Highlights:

More iWild camera trap videos  more-icon

About the iWild project

About the project

Find out more about the project

About iWild North Wales  more-icon

iWild Animals

iWild Animals

All the species, sites, records and highlights - in one place

iWild Animals  more-icon

iWIld Project news

Project news

Updates, stories and notes from the course of the project

Project news  more-icon

With thanks to…

Heritage Lottery Fund
North Wales Wildlife Trust        Wrexham County Council


Denbighshire County Council        Flintshire County Council