A lovely slice of broadleaf woodland creating a wildlife corridor, joining and contrasting with the large coniferous plantations of this remote valley.
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 fine example of ancient woodland, with a rich flora of lichens, mosses, liverworts and ferns. Coed Crafnant nature reserve is comprised of two distinct woodlands; Coed Crafnant and Coed Dolbebin…