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Cors Goch, Anglesey

A National Nature Reserve with fen, grassland and heath with a wide range of wildflowers and animals

Cors Goch is Anglesey’s most complete fen basin and is primarily base rich fen sitting within a shallow valley fed with lime rich water from the surrounding land via several springs and upwelling’s. Cors Goch is much more than just a Fen and there is the associated surrounding limestone grassland,  Acid grasslands and heath lands, meadows, pasture,  woodland and Scrub all forming a mosaic of habitats supporting a wide variety or plants and animals.  The reserve is home to many rare and threatened plants and animals’ species with 10 species of orchid, 15 species of dragonfly and over 19 species of butterfly recorded.

Nearby nature reserves

Mariandyrys
6 miles - North Wales Wildlife Trust
Caeau Pen y Clip
6 miles - North Wales Wildlife Trust
Nantporth
7 miles - North Wales Wildlife Trust

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Reserve information

Location
1 mile beyond Llanbedrgoch
Llanbedrgoch
Anglesey
LL76 7TZ
Map reference
SH 503 817
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Opening Times
Open at all times
Size
67.58 hectares
Access
Yes

Walking information
A network of paths and boardwalks over variety of terrains
Parking
Several parking options including layby at eastern entrance and small carpark at Cors Castell
Dogs
Dogs allowed
Grazing animals
yes
Reserve manager
North Wales Wildlife Trust
Tel: 01352 810469
nwwt@wildlifetrustswales.org

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