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A taste of Cemlyn Nature Reserve!
Following one of the most successful seasons ever at Cemlyn
Nature Reserve’s seabird colony on Anglesey, a new short film
‘Cemlyn’, has been produced.
The film gives a flavour of the wildlife at the site, and
explores the conservation and education work done by the North
Wales Wildlife Trust (NWWT). Greengage Films, who specialise in
wildlife and environmental film-making, spent time at the reserve
this June, documenting the Cemlyn Bioblitz event and following the
daily activities of the two NWWT’s summer wardens.
A Bioblitz is a public event designed to celebrate biodiversity,
and is all about volunteers, scientists, wildlife enthusiasts, and
members of the public working together to find as many different
species as possible within a natural area in 24 hours.
You can view this evocative film on the NWWT website, or at:
The Bioblitz at the NWWT managed reserve, was supported by the
Countryside Council for Wales (CCW) through the Communities and
Nature (CAN) strategic project.