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  • Wild deer management

    Find out more about the management of wild deer in Wales’s woodlands.

  • Wind energy

    Find out about the Wind Energy Programme and Projects on the land we manage.

  • Protecting wild birds during forestry operations

    Well-managed forests are good for wildlife, including birds

  • Deer

    The Deer Act 1991 (as amended) protects all wild deer from poaching. Schedule 1 species are protected during the close season. Taking or killing deer at night, or using certain methods, is against the law.

  • Deer Licensing

    The Deer Act 1991 (as amended) protects all wild deer from poaching, and Schedule 1 species during the close season. Taking or killing deer at night, or using certain methods, is against the law. We can grant licences for specific purposes.

  • General Licences 2017 - Birds

    All species of wild birds in Wales are protected. General licences cover certain species for particular purposes, so that individual licences are not required to make those actions lawful.

  • Newport Wetlands National Nature Reserve

    One of the best sites in Wales to see wild birds, reedbeds, saltmarsh and saline lagoons.

  • 02 Oct 2014

    New approach to protecting wild salmon

    A major change in the way Natural Resources Wales works to protect wild salmon has been agreed.

  • 23 Oct 2014

    Take a trip to the Wild Side

    A new campaign is being launched urging families to make the most of the extra hour after clocks go back this weekend (Sunday 26 October).

  • 27 Sep 2017

    Wild seals at Skomer Marine Conservation Zone

  • 24 Nov 2016

    Brechfa wind energy scheme gets underway

    Construction of a wind energy scheme in Carmarthenshire, which will provide power to almost 39,000 households*, is now underway.

  • Birds

    The Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 (as amended) protects all wild birds, their nests and their eggs in Wales. Some species have extra protection from disturbance at their nests. We grant licences so you can work within the law.

  • UK protected species of plants

    The Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 gives some legal protection to all wild plants. Plant and fungi species listed on Schedule 8 have greater protection. Offences include sale and intentionally picking, uprooting or destroying.

  • Red and Grey squirrels

    The red squirrel is fully protected under the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 (as amended). The grey squirrel is not native and the Wildlife and Countryside Act makes it illegal to release one into the wild.

  • Bird Licensing

    The Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 (as amended) protects all wild birds, their nests and their eggs in Wales. Schedule 1 species have extra protection from disturbance at their nests. We grant licences so you can work within the law.

  • UK Protected Plant Licensing

    The Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 gives legal protection to all wild plants. Plants and fungi on Schedule 8 have more protection. Offences include sale, picking, uprooting and destroying. We grant licences for specific purposes.

  • Red and Grey Squirrel Licensing

    The red squirrel is fully protected under the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 (as amended). The grey squirrel is not native and it is illegal to release one into the wild. We grant licences for certain purposes so you can work legally.

  • Craig Cerrig Gleisiad a Fan Frynych National Nature Reserve, near Brecon

    A wild and craggy place that’s home to some arctic survivors

  • Newborough National Nature Reserve and Forest, Anglesey

    Discover this unique landscape shaped by wind and sea

  • 26 Apr 2017

    Take a walk on the wild side

    This month's blog is from Jamie Bevan, Senior Reserves Manager for Swansea, Neath Port Talbot and Carmarthenshire...

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