Anglesey Wetlands, Cors Goch, North Wales WT, cpt Damian Hughes
A large-scale 500 hectare scheme for the restoration and enhancement of key sites within the Anglesey Fens.
The unusual limestone and coarse sandstone geology of the Anglesey fens has created a rich and varied natural environment, including fenland, reedbed, hazel woodland, limestone pavement and ancient hedgerows.
Working with partners, the North Wales Wildlife Trust aims to set up measures to protect these wetlands and associated habitats.
Virtual tour by Mike McFarlane
This scheme is helping species including brown hare, barn owl, southern damselfly, marsh gentian, medicinal leech
- This scheme is also helping wildlife adapt to climate change, improving access for people, encouraging green tourism, providing environmental education
Countryside Council for Wales, Anglesey Local Grazing Scheme
Email firstname.lastname@example.org | phone 01248 351541 | visit the North Wales Wildlife Trust