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Rare sight to treasure  

Does Carmarthenshire Council and the Assembly Government realise that Iolo Williams has captured rare sightings of the red squirrel in the wind power Strategic Search Area G of TAN8, named as Brechfa Forest and the surrounding area?

Carmarthenshire Council has already approved an industrial wind development in this area.

If the Assembly cares at all for the wildlife of Wales it would call in the Blaengwen development for further research of this spectacular sighting.

Lynwen Evans

Mydroilyn, Lampeter, Ceredigion

South Wales Evening Post

13 March 2008

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