With its streams, ponds, ancient woodland and species-rich grassland, this reserve provides a haven for wildlife in the city of Newport.
Overlooking the picturesque village of Trellech, this reserve is the result of a heathland restoration project carried out by the Forestry Commission. Gwent Wildlife Trust is now managing the…
With its oak woodland and grasslands full of fascinating plants and insects, this reserve offers a peace and tranquillity that belies its location on the edge of Pontnewynydd town.
In spring and summer the meadows dazzle with colour from a mixture of wildflowers scarcely found elsewhere in Gwent. It’s a restful spot for a picnic or a stroll among the flowers.
Once the largest steelworks in Europe, nature is returning to transform this site into an urban oasis full of wildflowers, birds and insects.
A tranquil site of ancient woodland and meadow in bustling Cwmbran.
Like something out of a fairytale, this stunning ancient woodland is a tranquil place to stroll among the woodland wildflowers whilst listening to the birds singing in the trees.
Lying in a secluded valley, Cuhere Wood has a rare and distinctive limestone flora with mature ash, wild cherry and yew trees amongst the conifers.
Clinging to the slopes of Machen Mountain, this reserve may be small but its broad-leaved woodland, limestone grassland, tumbling streams and pond are home to a wealth of wildlife.
Sandwiched between the River Wye and the A40, this little gem of a grassland reserve provides a much-needed home for nature.