WHO WE ARE
We are passionate about wildlife and nature, recognising whole-heartedly that every creature has intrinsic value and beauty and has as much right to be here and live out their life as we do.
It leaves us all inconsolably saddened and aggrieved beyond words at the state in which the human race is leaving the earth, how we are behaving, the impact we are having, our lack of taking responsibility and our inability to think ahead to the consequences of our actions.
Clearly this is only set to get worse unless we act, change and give back right now out of grave urgency.
We are a few individuals who have felt this way all our lives.
But as time is running short we are trying to do all we can.
vegetarian, lives in North Wales, wildlife conservation volunteer, a mountain leader, works part time as a Voice Therapist for NHS, has travelled extensively, passionate about non-harming, wildlife guardianship, de-littering, and giving back to Nature.
Gail volunteers for BGGW Glaslyn Osprey Project mainly on the Protection site with a few additional shifts at the Visitor Centre. She is always picking up litter especially in natural places and where it could harm wildlife and then recycles it where possible or disposes of it responsibly. She has a wildlife garden. Gail also does some other volunteering such as for The Snowdonia Society, plus she recently went on an Anti-Poaching trip to South Africa.
wildlife care and rescue, bird+animal watching and monitoring,
mountain, hill and beach walking, time in Nature, litter picking, outdoor adventures and solace, wild swimming and camping, yoga, photography, singing, woodwork and DIY, digital and website design, living in harmony and respect for all creatures, promoting wildlife-friendly living, creating a litter-free, pollution-free and cruelty-free planet with low-impact + cruelty free living. Educating and inspiring youngsters and all people to change the way we live.
WHAT WE DO
We Teach, Inspire & Promote Wildlife Friendly Living through:
Osprey Visitor Centre
One Night Camp
Day Trip to Bardsey Island