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Yell RSPB reserve is important as part of a Site of Special Scientific Interest for its geology. Important breeding birds include red-throated divers and storm petrels. The area also supports an important population of breeding otters. More...
Ynys-hir mixes Welsh oak woodland with wet grassland and saltmarshes. Feast your eyes from any of our seven hides – look out for birds of prey. Then round off your visit with a snack at the visitors' centre. More...
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18 August 2014
A pair of glossy ibises have brought a touch of the Mediterranean to our Frampton Marsh reserve this summer
31 July 2014
Value nature and secure its recovery, that's our message to all the main political parties
1 July 2014
Birds and Climate Change, a new book released today (July 1, 2014), shows that recent climate change has already had a significant impact on bird populations around the world.
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