The 2019 season is just around the corner now and the seasonal posts for wardens have been published. We are also very pleased to see that there will be an engagement officer working on the project to help people enjoy the birds more and to aid the wardens. If you, or anyone you know, would be interested in working to help conserve this rare and charming species then please visit the Denbighshire County Council jobs page to find out more at the link below.
The count-down timer on the home page now reveals only 37 days till the Little Terns are likely to start nesting. Time we got a move on with setting up the site!
On the 15th and 16th the perimeter line will be going up at Gronant. Please come down to the beach for 10am if you can help out. Although post-knocking is a physical job there are a range of less physical roles to get involved with including nails on posts to stop Crows perching, signs and putting on the rope. Everyone is welcome.
Then on the week of the 29th April we will be putting up the pens, visitor center and hide. Again, from 10am each day we will be down on the beach. If you can come along it will be a great boost to the process of installing the protective fencing as part of a fun bunch of volunteers.