Wentloog Wildfowlers

Foreshore wildfowling and conservation club

About us

Wentloog Wildfowling and Conservation Association (WWCA) was founded in 1981 in response to a request from local farmers to control cowboy shooting in the area. Our marsh lies between the River Rumney in Cardiff and Peterstone Wentlooge, a distance of around 6 km. We have around fifty members comprising Full, Associate, Honorary and Junior members. The Club is managed by a small Committee. Full members may shoot every day throughout the season and Associates may shoot up to ten times a season but in the company of a Full member.

We see nearly all the quarry ducks on our ground but our most prolific species are mallard, wigeon, pintail and teal. We are seeing increasing numbers of Canada geese, and excellent numbers of snipe on the salt marsh.