This reserve, which borders the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal, contains a variety of habitats including streams, a series of ponds, ancient woodland, and species-rich grassland. The diversity of…
Overlooking the picturesque village of Trellech, this reserve is a result of a heathland restoration project carried out by the Forestry Commission. The Trust is now managing the reserve to…
This small hay meadow is an oasis of light and colour hidden amongst the dense woodland.
Discover the last remaining piece of fenland on the Gwent Levels. Its patchwork of habitats supports a rich diversity of wildlife throughout the year.
As the River Severn ebbs and flows, flocks of birds feast on the invertebrate-rich mudflats under the wide, open skies of this estuarine reserve.
This atmospheric ancient woodland is the perfect spot for a tranquil walk in spring and summer, when wildflowers carpet the floor and bird song fills the air.
An ancient woodland sanctuary amidst the industrial past of the South Wales Valleys. With far-reaching views across the Ebbw Valley, it is a great place to visit throughout the year.
Set within the picturesque Wye Valley, this former dairy farm is being transformed into an intricate mosaic of habitats, rich in nature.