The sheer variety of trees, plants, birds and butterflies fills this reserve with year-round colour – and enjoy fantastic views of the Clwydian Range!
Our 36 nature reserves are open, helping you maintain a connection with the natural world. Please note that you should always observe social distancing requirements when visiting these sites and follow the Countryside Code. Our bird-hides are now open but must be used in line with the guidelines on display at each reserve. You can contact us in advance for details if you wish. We are at the Osprey lookout Thursdays to Sundays until the end of the season.
Our reserves staff are now working on our reserves and we hope to soon be able to advertise a series of volunteer activities. Please contact your local Reserves Officer to find out more in the meantime.
A wonderful reed bed and woodland site filled with wildflowers, birdsong and facilities that allow you to get closer to wildlife.
Our 36 nature reserves are open…
Surrounded by agriculture and urban housing, these wildflower-rich fields and mature hedgerows create a haven for wildlife.
While away the hours exploring this spectacular patchwork of habitats, each with its own unique character and array of wildlife.
Overlooking the Menai Strait on one side and with views of Snowdonia on the other, this is a much-loved wild oasis in the heart of Bangor.
A slice of limestone grassland and maritime heath on the western slopes of the famous Great Orme, teeming with butterflies and wildflowers.
Wander through wildflowers whilst gazing out to sea or across the Snowdonia mountain range.
Filled with colour and life in summer, these rare floodplain meadows were once a common sight along the River Dee
A southerly gem of Holy Island’s heathland habitat where you can find the spotted rock-rose – Anglesey’s county flower.
A spectacular slice of the Little Orme, with stunning sea views and wonderful grassland wildlife.