This small reserve consists of an area of broad-leaved woodland. It is part of a much larger expanse of woodland overlooking Monmouth and the Black Mountains. Graig Wood is at its most impressive…
A marshy grassland bursting with wildflowers, butterflies, bees and birds in the summer.
A small but perfectly formed valley mire, full of rare and interesting plants. Encircled by alder and beech trees, this reserve has a wonderful feeling of seclusion and tranquillity.
The tranquil woodland and flower-rich meadow of this reserve is a haven for wildlife and the perfect spot for lazy summer picnics.
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.
Sprawling oaks and towering beech trees form a beautiful mature woodland on the lower slopes of Whitebrook Valley, full of plants and woodland birds.
The diversity and colour of the wildflowers in these traditional hay meadows steals the show in spring and summer before giving centre stage to the autumnal hues of fungi.
Pentwyn Farm has survived virtually unchanged for centuries. One of the largest areas of flower-rich grassland remaining in Gwent, it provides an opportunity to see traditional hay meadows at…
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.