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  • Wales Biodiversity Week 2014


    Wales Biodiversity Week is running between Saturday 7th June and Sunday the 15th June. Denbighshire Countryside Service is working in partnership with other local authorities as part of the North East Wales Biodiversity Network to put on a range of free events for children and adults.

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  • Natterjack Home Improvements


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    We are privileged here at Denbighshire Countryside Service to manage Gronant Dunes Local Nature Reserve, which, amongst many other rare and protected species, supports one of the only natterjack toad populations in Wales. Recent partnership working with Natural Resources Wales has led to some home improvements for this charismatic amphibian, with the creation of four new breeding ponds.

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  • Success of the North East Wales Sand Lizard Project Continues with Further Re-introduction


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    At Talacre on the Flintshire coast, 65 sand lizards have been released as part of a long-term conservation project to return this rare reptile to the sand dune system that stretches from Prestatyn to Talacre. Sand lizards became extinct along the North Wales coast in the mid-20th Century, but are being reintroduced to parts of their former range.

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  • Denbighshire’s Biodiversity


    There is a brand new section to our website launched this week, all about biodiversity: the variety of life in the county. The ‘Denbighshire’s Biodiversity’ pages provide information about some of the species of animals, plants and fungi of interest in the county.

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