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Ebrill 2011

Archwilio Natur yn Sain Ffagan!

Postiwyd gan Hywel Couch ar 26 Ebrill 2011

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Lansiad Archwilio Natur yn Sain Ffagan!

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Daniel yn torri'r rhuban wrth y cuddfan adar

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Gwylio'r ystlumod pedol lleiaf trwy'r camera newydd

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Gwylio Telor y Cnau o'r cuddfan adar

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Wedi misoedd o gynllunio a pharatoi, lansiwyd project Archwilio Natur yn Sain Ffagan yn swyddogol yn gynharach y mis hwn. Ar 2 Ebrill, cynhaliwyd diwrnod yn llawn gweithgareddau natur a bywyd gwyllt. Roedd y tywydd yn wych a bu cannoedd o ymwelwyr â’r amgueddfa wrthi yn edrych ar adar, gwylio ystlumod, archwilio’r pwll ac yn gwneud gweithgareddau celf a chrefft. Rwy’n gobeithio i bawb fwynhau’r diwrnod cymaint ag y gwnaethon ni! Hoffwn ddiolch i bawb alwodd draw, yn enwedig Daniel, sy’n torri’r rhuban ar y guddfan adar yn y ffotograff.

 

Gan fod y gwanwyn gyda ni ers tipyn bellach, mae Sain Ffagan yn llawn bywyd gwyllt unwaith eto! Mae’r ystlumod pedol lleiaf wedi dychwelyd i’r Tanerdy, fe gyfrais i 25 ohonyn nhw ddoe! Yn ddiweddarach yn yr haf bydd y benywod yn geni eu cenawon gan taw dyma eu man clwydo mamolaeth. Beth am ddod draw i’r Tanerdy a’u gwylio ar y camera is-goch arbennig?

 

Mae’r pyllau yn y Tanerdy’n llawn bywyd unwaith eto. Mae’r fadfall dd?r, y cychwr bolwyn, hirheglyn y d?r, gwas y neidr a llawer mwy yno yn eu cannoedd. Mae’n si?r taw’r Tanerdy yw’r adeilad gorau am fywyd gwyllt ar y safle. Dychwelodd y gwenoliaid sy’n clwydo yno dros yr haf yr wythnos ddiwethaf. Mae’n wych gallu gweld cymaint o fywyd gwyllt mor agos.

 

Fel rhan o’n project Archwilio Natur, byddwn yn cynnal digwyddiadau a gweithgareddau drwy gydol misoedd y gwanwyn a’r haf, o deithiau cerdded boreol i weld yr adar i deithiau yn yr hwyr i weld yr ystlumod. Cadwch lygad ar wefan yr Amgueddfa am ragor o wybodaeth.

 

Gan fod y Tanerdy yn lle mor dda am fywyd gwyllt, bydda i’n treulio’r diwrnod yno ar ddydd Sadwrn 30 Ebrill. Dewch draw i ddysgu mwy am yr ystlumod, y madfallod d?r a’r bywyd gwyllt arall sydd wedi ymgartrefu yn yr adeilad hwn!

http://www.amgueddfacymru.ac.uk/cy/digwyddiadau/?event_id=4792

pockets

Postiwyd gan Sian Lile-Pastore ar 8 Ebrill 2011

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More pictures of some of the decorated pockets we made last half term

A dedication to those whose flowers didn't open.

Postiwyd gan Danielle Cowell ar 4 Ebrill 2011

The cold weather this year resulted in a few schools not getting any flowers.

I'd like to make a special dedication to the schools whose flowers didn't open. This is always very disappointing. Despite their flowers not opening each of these schools still worked hard sending in their records. I am very proud of all the schools that carry on despite their disappointment - it shows what excellent scientist they are! Each school will receive a certificate and some seedlings. Many, many thanks Professor Plant. 

Below you will find many of the questions and comments that have come in over the past few weeks.

Ysgol Clocaenog: Yn anffodus dydy ein bylbiau ddim wedi tyfu. Rydym wedi edrych yn y potiau ac mae'r bylbiau wedi pydru. Ond mae'r bylbiau oedd dros ben a blannwyd yn yr ardd wedi tyfu. Mae pawb yn drist iawn iawn!! Rydym ni yn meddwl eu bod wedi rhewi yn y tywydd oer. Oes ysgolion eraill wedi cael yr un broblem a ni? Ans: Roeddwrn i yn teimlo yn drist iawn yn darllen y neges yma. Gobeithio bod y plant yn teimlo yn well nawr. Fel i chi yn gallu gweld wnaeth hyn digwydd y rhai ysgolion erail hefyd. Diolch am eich gwaith galed. Athro'r Ardd.

Ysgol Nant Y Coed asks: My daffodil has got a lovely flower but it's really short. I wonder why? Ans: Sometimes some bulbs are very small which makes smaller flowers or sometimes you just get a short flower in the same way that some people are short and some people are tall. It sounds very cute!

Murch Junior School reported: "6 flowers from one bulb!". Ans: This is amazing not heard of this many before.

Ysgol Deganwy reported: "Only 2 of our crocuses flowered this year and none of our daffodils. Maybe the hard winter killed them off. Ans: Yes this winter has been very hard for our flowers and this has unfortunately meant that some schools didn't get any daffodils this year. I'm really sorry to hear this it must be very disappointing. 

Ysgol Nant Y Coed:  My leaves grew to 42cm but there's no sign of a flower. Ans: This happened with one of my flowers too, it can be very disappointing. It may flower next year. Take a look at the bulb if it's very large try to divide it before you re-plant it.

Ysgol Rhys Pritchard: The bulbs rotted. We dug them up to look at them. Ans: I'm really sorry to hear this. So disappointing :-( It was probably due to the frost or perhaps they got to damp. Obviously you will all still get your certificates as you have done everything that you could to look after your bulbs. Thanks for letting me know.

St. Mary's Catholic Primary School: We only had the one flower that opened. Ans: Really sorry to hear this, again you must be very disappointed. Obviously you will all still get your certificates as you have done everything that you could to look after your bulbs. Thanks for letting me know.

Milford Haven Junior School: We've had a fantastic week of sunshine. Really, really warm in the quadrangle where the plants are. HUGE problems with our internet, so sorry that these records are late. Ans: Sorry to hear about your problems with the internet but glad to hear about the sunshine!

Tynewydd Primary School: Unfortunately the same situation that arose last year has happened again this year, none of the bulbs have grown over the last few months, even though some bulbs showed some shoots coming through during January there appears to be no growth again and there are not even any shoots visible this week. We will continue to collect the weather records and monitor any growth within the bulbs. Some of the pupils are disappointed with the project as they have said how they have still seen daffodils growing strongly within the school grounds, however this has provided useful discussion points once again. Ans: This extremely unlucky! I chatted to the teacher on e-mail and the school has done everything correctly. This winter and last winter were very cold and this has killed off the bulbs in the pots. It may be worth planting the pots in the ground next year so they are kept a little warmer.

Eyton Primary School: None of the crocus came up this year. Ans: Sorry to hear this Eyton :-(

Lower Natural History Galleries re-opening soon

Postiwyd gan Peter Howlett ar 1 Ebrill 2011

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The west wing natural history galleries have now been closed for well over a year. This has been due to the building works replacing the west wing roof and installing the new contemporary art galleries on the top floor. These works are completed and we are now working hard to get the ground floor natural history galleries back into shape.

The front gallery remains mainly the same but we have taken the opportunity to give the dioramas a deep clean, replace the carpet and redo the lighting. As a result the space is looking much brighter and fresher.

The remaining ground floor gallery space has seen some big changes. We are currently installing a new display area called ‘Insight’. This is a series of modular displays, many with interactive touch screens, which will explore the science that goes on behind the scenes at the museum.

Beyond this is another new display area that looks at evolution, and provides a linking space to the newly refurbished science education room.

These spaces will all be fully open to the public on April 16th when we look forward to welcoming you back into these gallery spaces.

Unfortunately the mezzanine area gallery spaces, where the Leatherback Turtle and Humpback Whale can be found, will remain closed a few months longer. Once the ground floor is open we will be cleaning and redoing some of the displays in this area in preparation for the BBC Wildlife Photographer exhibition which opens in mid June.

And the winner is...

Postiwyd gan Danielle Cowell ar 1 Ebrill 2011

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Athro'r Ardd

Congratulations to Saint Roberts Roman Catholic Primary School, winners of the Spring Bulbs for Schools competition 2011.

They will be awarded a day trip to St Fagans: National History Museum for a fun-packed day of nature activities on the 25th of May.

Standards were very high this year and I was overwhelmed by the number of schools sending in records, so I would also like to congratulate the following schools.

Runner's up: These schools came very close to winning. Each will be sent a special prize with their certificates by the 3rd of May 2011.

  • Morfa Rhianedd
  • Ysgol Bro Ciwmeirch
  • Ysgol Clocaenog

Highly commended: These schools demonstrated excellent record keeping. All to be sent certificates and prizes by the 3rd of May 2011.

  • Murch Junior School
  • Ysgol Nant Y Coed
  • Ysgol Deganwy 
  • Ysgol Pencae
  • Ysgol Y Ffridd
  • Lansdowne Primary School
  • St. Mary's Catholic Primary School
  • Ysgol Gynradd Glantwymyn
  • Ysgol Penycae (Ystradgynlais)
  • Ysgol Rhys Pritchard
  • Eyton Primary School
  • Ysgol Bodfari
  • Ysgol Cynfran
  • Cwm Glas Primary
  • Milford Haven Junior school
  • Oakfield Primary school
  • Tynewydd Primary School
  • St Joseph's Primary School
  • St. Joseph's R C Primary (Penarth)
  • Windsor Clive Primary
  • Ysgol Porth Y Felin
  • Glyncollen Primary School (2nd)
  • Coleg Powys

Special recognition: Is awarded to these schools. They will each receive Super Scientist Certificates together with a few seedlings by the 3rd of May 2011.

  • Maesycwmmer Primary School
  • Bishop Childs CIW Primary School
  • Coleg Meirion Dwyfor
  • Laugharne VCP School
  • Glyn Hafod Junior School
  • Howell's School Llandaff
  • Ysgol Iau Hen Golwyn
  • Pembroke Dock Community school
  • Ysgol Gynradd Brynconin
  • Ysgol Brynffordd

Not too late! If your school isn't listed here and you have some records to send in then please do so. You will receive recognition for your work.

Many thanks.

Professor Plant

  • Amgueddfa Genedlaethol Caerdydd

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    Cewch ddarganfod celf, daeareg a hanes natur. Gyda rhaglen newidiol o arddangosfeydd a digwyddiadau, mae rhywbeth i syfrdanu pawb, beth bynnag sy'n mynd â'ch bryd — ac mae mynediad am ddim!

  • Sain Ffagan Amgueddfa Werin Cymru

    [delwedd: Sain Ffagan]

    Sain Ffagan yw un o brif amgueddfeydd awyr agored Ewrop, ac atyniad ymwelwyr mwyaf poblogaidd Cymru.

  • Big Pit Amgueddfa Lofaol Cymru

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    Pwll glo go iawn yw'r Pwll Mawr, ac un o amgueddfeydd mwyngloddio gorau Prydain.

  • Amgueddfa Wlân Cymru

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    Yn OC75, sefydlodd y Rhufeiniaid caer yng Nghaerllion a fyddai'n gwarchod yr ardal am dros 200 o flynyddoedd. Heddiw, yn Amgueddfa Lleng Rufeinig Cymru yng Nghaerllion, byddwch yn dysgu pam yr oedd byddin y Rhufeiniaid cymaint i'w hofni.

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    Mae'r Amgueddfa Lechi'n cynnig diwrnod llawn mwynhad ac addysg mewn ardal ddramatig o brydferth ar lan Llyn Padarn.

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