Winter might be well and truly upon us, with the short days and post-Christmas lull starting to take their toll – but one way to beat the blues might be to head outside and make the most of your local nature reserve. So wrap up warm and blow away some cobwebs as you discover your new favourite wild place!
Did you know that support from Wildlife Trust members enables us to care for and manage 36 nature reserves across North Wales? Perhaps you have your personal haven? It could be Rhiwledyn – a spectacular slice of the Little Orme with stunning sea views and wonderful grassland wildlife; Minera Quarry – where you can witness the incredible power of nature as it slowly reclaims this former industrial site; or any one of the remaining 34! You can see more information about them all on our website.
To help you explore their rich variety of wildlife and seasonal experiences, we regularly produce bilingual reserve guides and maps – and the latest four are available now as downloads from our website or from our Bangor office. Please use them to explore Maes Hiraddug, Cors y Sarnau, Spinnies Aberogwen and Coed Trellyniau – and let us know how you get on.