North East Wales

iWild project to discover hidden wildlife in north Wales

CCTV camera being fitted to a tree
Image caption Motion detecting cameras are being placed in community parks across north-east Wales

A project has been launched which aims to give a glimpse of the hidden wildlife in communities and nature reserves across north Wales.

The iWild North Wales project will use special wildlife cameras which are triggered when an animal walks past.

They will be placed in 17 community parks and nature reserves across Flintshire, Denbighshire and Wrexham.

The footage will then be available online once the cameras have recorded footage over the next couple of weeks.

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