A project to encourage a rare bumblebee has been named the winner of a £25,000 conservation prize.
It is hoped the scheme to enhance the wildflower habitat near Castlemartin, Pembrokeshire, will help to establish a colony of shrill carder bees.
It is one of just six sites in the UK where the species can be found.
It was chosen as the winner of the 30,000 euro prize in an online vote on the Live for the Outdoors website, from a shortlist of six UK projects.
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Congratulations! I believe they won with around 59% of the votes.