RSPB Cors Ddyga lies within one of the largest lowland wetlands in Wales. The lakes, ponds and ditches that make up Cors Ddyga are some of the most important in the UK and host more than 30 scarce wetland plants.

Breeding Lapwings, bubbling Curlews and singing Skylarks call the grassland home in this Welsh nature reserve. On the marshes look for wetland flowers, singing Reed Buntings and breeding qildfowl. Up in the skies, Marsh Harriers and Buzzards patrol. The reserve is also home to Otters, Water Voles, and plenty of winter wildfowl.

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  • Tai'r Gors, Gaerwen, Isle of Anglesey, LL60 6LB
  • 01248 421949