Cors Bodeilio National Nature Reserve (Anglesey)
This is another of Anglesey’s fens. The reserve is designated as a SSSI and also, along with other areas, a SAC and Ramsar site. This reserve is important due to its unique mire which lies in a shallow limestone valley. There have been 15 species of dragonfly recorded here, including Scarce Blue-tailed Damselfly, Variable Damselfly, Hairy Dragonfly and Keeled Skimmer. There are also grasshopper warblers and medicinal leeches on the site.
Opening times: Open at all times
Entry fee: Free
Getting there: Small car park with space for 6 vehicles (this is off an unclassified road between the villages of Pentraeth and Talwrn).
Nearest station Llanfairpwll (7 miles away)
Facilities: A boardwalk stretches for 700 metres round the site, it is prone to flooding, so wear wellington boots!
Grid reference: SH 501 774.
T: 0300 065 3000