THE WEST WALES FIELD SOCIETY Membership is open to all who are interested in the study and conservation of wild life in Wales. By joining the Society (Fellow Cl Is. Member 10/6d.) you will receive the quarterly Nature in Wales free. Your membership card entitles you to join in the field excursions, lectures and meetings in the several parts of Wales in which the Society operates. It enables you to visit the Society's island sanctuaries and nature reserves of St. Margaret's, Skomer, Grassholm (owned by the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds and wardened by the W.W.F.S.) and Cardigan Island. In order to stay at Skokholm Bird Observ- atory, visitors must be members of the W.W.F.S. The activities of the Society include the co-operative study by marking (with rings, etc.) of animals, including birds and seals, and the recording of their distribution and habits in Wales. Publications for sale (post free) ISLAND OF SKOMER, ed. John Buxton & R. M. Lockley, 18s. (10s. to members); THE BIRDS OF CARMARTHEN- SHIRE by G. C. S. Ingram & H. Morrey Salmon, 5s. (in stiff cover Is. extra) (4s. to members) A LIST OF PEMBROKESHIRE PLANTS by F. L. Rees, 3s. THE FLORA OF ST. DAVID'S PENINSULA by C. L. Walton, 3s. I THE SKOKHOLM REPORTS for the years up to 1957, 3s. each NATURE IN WALES, back numbers, 3s. Address of Hon. Secretary: The West Wales Field Society, 4, Victoria Place, Haverfordwest, Pembs. CHRISTMAS CARDS An attractive Christmas Card has been produced for sale to Members, for the benefit of the Society's general funds. It carries the familiar Tunnicliffe red dragon, inset with the wild life of Wales, as on the cover of N.I.W,, but it is smaller and fits the front cover of a folded card 4x5 inches. Inside are the words "May you have a very Happy Christmas and all Good For- tune in the New Year, from Price, with envelope, 6d. each (postage 2d.) six or more post free. Apply to: Mrs. M. Barnes, Furzylea, St. David's, Pembs.