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The Carmarthenshire Nature Partnership received funding last year from the Welsh Government via the Local Nature Partnership Cymru project to produce short profiles for wards in Carmarthenshire to highlight the natural environment in each ward area in the county.
To mark Wales Nature Week (29th May to 6th June 2021) we are now sending these out to celebrate the Wildlife in your Ward.
The profiles were produced in partnership with the West Wales Biodiversity Information Centre (WWBIC) who provided data and maps around which the profiles are structured.
The profiles are definitely not meant to be definitive – they are based on the information available at the time and were produced during Covid restrictions – access was very limited. We see them as a starting point to highlighting the wildlife in your local area and where people enjoy getting out and about.
They are hopefully self-explanatory and will encourage communities to find out more – and tap into the extensive knowledge that we are sure is out there already and the positive action that many communities are already taking in the county to help our natural environment.
Unfortunately, the keys in the maps are not currently bilingual – we are working to correct that.
Your support in raising awareness of the wildlife on our doorsteps is very welcome. As part of the consultation process, we did receive some photos and ideas for walks for some areas, but for some wards you can see this information has yet to be added. If your local community can help in providing this information please send it to us and we will incorporate it.
Please follow this link to view this document which has some suggestions that communities might like to get involved with this summer.
Let us know what we have overlooked and any of the inevitable errors that might be in the profiles: Biodiversity@carmarthenshire.gov.uk