Cors Goch National Nature Reserve (Anglesey)
North Wales Wildlife Trust
Cors Goch has calcareous fen and acidic heathland which supports rare plants. It lies on the bed of a glacial lake. 17 species of dragonfly and 19 species of butterfly have been recorded here. Scarce Blue-tailed Damselfly, Variable Damselfly and Hairy Dragonfly are noteworthy.
From Pentraeth, follow the A5025 for 1.5 miles, turn left to Llanbedrgoch. 1 mile beyond the village there is a lay-by on the left where you can park. Take the track just south of the layby to the reserve. There is a path running the length of the reserve with some boardwalk.
Contact UsGrid reference: SH 503 817.
Nearest postcode: LL78 8JZ.