A lovely slice of broadleaf woodland creating a wildlife corridor, joining and contrasting with the large coniferous plantations of this remote valley.
During this difficult time, it is more important than ever to maintain a connection with the natural world; if our nature reserves are part of your local patch please enjoy them responsibly as part of your daily exercise and in line with UK Government guidelines. There are lots of ideas and updates about how to connect with nature on our website and Facebook page.
We have taken the decision to close the bird hides on all our nature reserves. The safety of our staff, volunteers and the public are paramount to us, and we are doing all we can to support the collective social effort we must all be making at this difficult time.
The sheer variety of trees, plants, birds and butterflies fills this reserve with year-round colour – and enjoy fantastic views of the Clwydian Range!
A wonderful reed bed and woodland site filled with wildflowers, birdsong and facilities that allow you to get closer to wildlife.
A wild sanctuary set in a sea of agricultural land, this secluded peat bog is home to a colourful array of specialist plants and animals.
The combination of woodland, wildflowers and butterflies means that this limestone-based reserve is buzzing with life – a real summer treat!
Surrounded by agriculture and urban housing, these wildflower-rich fields and mature hedgerows create a haven for wildlife.
Swathed in wildflowers in spring and summer and offering lovely views of the coast, this traditional hay meadow offers a glimpse of our countryside’s past.
A real wildlife haven with a spectacular seabird colony at its heart. A visit to Cemlyn is filled with possibility – you never know what might turn up!
One of North Wales Wildlife Trust’s first nature reserves, purchased in 1964: home to some genuine rarities and brimming with wildlife.
A hidden treasure that feels like stepping back in time to the ancient wildwoods of Wales.