A project to protect bumblebees in Pembrokeshire is in the running for a UK prize to expand its work on creating habitat for the endangered species.
The shrill carder bee is only found in six populations across the UK, three of which are in Wales.
The project is near at the Ministry of Defence site at Castlemartin and aims to boost an existing bee group there.
Six schemes across the UK are on the shortlist for the 30,000 euro (£25,000) prize.
The Pembrokeshire project, a collaboration between the Bumblebee Conservation Trust, MoD, Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority and the Countryside Council for Wales, is the only Welsh entry for the competition, run by the EOG Association for Conservation and Live for the Outdoors website.
Voting details HERE
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