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Cors Goch is famous for its calcareous fenland and acidic heathland which both support many rare plant species.Cors Goch is a valuable base rich fen. In 1964 the purchase of three farm holdings led to the formation of the NWWT. About 1 mile beyond the village leave your car in the lay-by on the left, […]

Coastal Wildlife

Wildlife trust www.wildlifetrust.org.uk Red squirrels The friends of red Squirrels on Anglesey http://www.redsquirrels.info Bird Watching South Stack Cliffs/ The Anglesey Valley Wetlands Conwy Reserve Wildlife Trust sites and map North Wales Wildlife Trust Reserves

Bird Watching

Natural Anglesey The Isle of Anglesey holds a wealth of sites of natural interest and is one of the most rewarding areas for bird watching in Britain. An absence of pollution, heavy industry and highly intensive agriculture means that plant and wildlife on the island can flourish freely. Only 25 miles across it has an […]