Living landscapes

WILDLIFE CONSERVATION

Living Landscapes

More, Better, Connected

Cors Bodgynydd Nature Reserve © Jason Samuels Photography

What is a Living Landscape?

Nature reserves alone are not enough to save our precious wildlife from extinction. To enable wildlife to thrive and spread we need to create more space for wildlife that is better managed and well connected, with opportunities for people to enjoy nature. This approach creates what we call Living Landscapes, which benefit everyone and protect wildlife.

Living Landscapes in North Wales

We work at the landscape scale with landholders, businesses, organisations and individuals to create, improve and connect habitats in North Wales. We currently run four projects as part of our Living Landscape strategy. See below to find out more.

Anglesey Fens

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Cors Coch Nature Reserve volunteers

Alun and Chwiler

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Wrexham Industrial Estate

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Wrexham Industrial Estate Living Landscape panorama - Sky Cat

River Dee

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