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The Welsh Beaver Project is investigating the feasibility of bringing wild beavers (Castor fiber) back to Wales. This work is being led by the Wildlife Trusts in Wales as part of their Living Landscapes strategy.

This website aims to provide reliable useful information on the European Beaver.  It has been developed in coordination with farming, forestry, fisheries and conservation interests as part of a cooperative consultation exercise.

Here you can find out more about beavers, download reports and get the details of the public events we will be holding.

We are keen to hear what you think about the reintroduction of beavers to Wales.  Please send us your comments by phone, email or letter.

Welsh Beaver Project
Wildlife Trusts Wales c/o
Radnorshire Wildlife Trust

Warwick House
High Street
Llandrindod Wells
LD1 6AG

Tel: 01597 823298

Email: beaver.afanc@wildlifetrustswales.org

 

Latest News

Wildlife Talk 9th December 2018

David Bailey the International Award-winning wildlife photographer recently featured on ITV Wales, Coast & Country with Ruth Wignall. David is at present touring the UK with his entertaining talk and is coming to Llangorse to raise proceeds for the Welsh Beaver Project. David photo records for the project which is... [ Read More ... ]

Save the date – Sunday 9th December 2018

Wildlife Talk by photographer David Bailey at Llangorse Multi Activity Centre. David is an award winning wildlife photographer and friend of the Wildlife Trusts in Wales. Please do book, as seats are limited. Proceeds go to the Welsh Beaver Project.     [ Read More ... ]

Rewilding Podcasts

Student Harry Gray from Cardiff University has recently been investigating the subject of Rewilding. He has spoken to various experts on the subject and has converted these discussions into a series of podcasts as part of his Science Communication Project. Harry summarises his work as, 'the podcasts have been created... [ Read More ... ]

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