Staying wild

Staying wild this winter

Winter silhouette - David Tipling 2020Vision

Winter walks

Winter is one of the most magical times of the year to go for a wild walk and appreciate the natural wonders of North Wales. The crisp mornings, the crunchy frost underfoot, the whistling wind and the symphony of wintering wildfowl makes for a truly special experience. Wrap up warm, put on your wellies and chase away the winter blues by exploring some of North Wales Wildlife Trust’s top walking destinations this winter.

Bird watching

© Matthew Roberts

Winter events

Join us for a series of walks, talks and online events with wildlife experts

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Spinnies Aberogwen nature reserve

© NWWT Gary Eisenhauer

Visit a reserve

View information on over 35 nature reserves cared for by North Wales Wildlife Trust

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Marsh harrier

Marsh harrier - Donald Sutherland

Seasonal spectacles

Learn about the different wildlife experiences to be had in winter

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NWWT Walks guides covers

Walk guides

To help you explore we've produced two great guide books ...

Wild Places to Explore aims to help you get the most of visiting our nature reserves and coastal hotspots. RRP £7.50 

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Wildlife Walks  - there are 23 walks in total, varying from gentle strolls to whole-day wild wanders. Each incorporates at least one North Wales Wildlife Trust nature reserve and beyond! RRP £7.50 or FREE when joining as a new member.

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Children's activities

Inspirational ideas for keeping children outside, engaged and active during the pandemic this winter

Activity ideas & spotter sheets

Spotter sheets, wildlife crafts, nature themed activities and projects

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© Adrian Clarke

In the garden

Things to do at home

Frog

Common frog © Mark Hamblin/2020VISION

Make a pond

Take the plunge!
Container gardening

How to create a container garden for wildlife

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