WT Ffrwd Farm Mire

Wildlife Trust site. It is notified as part of the Gwernedd Pembre SSSI. This site has a range of habitats, for dragonflies there is a fen, reedbed, and open water.  Recent management has seen a pond dug and scrub controlled. Dragonfly species include the Hairy Dragonfly and Variable Damselfly.

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Things to see

Experience the wild fenland, which once stretched from Kidwelly to Burry Port.


Top species

Hairy Dragonfly

A unique looking species.

Main flight period is March to July.

Females are secretive but males can be seen patrolling the waters edge.

Image by David Kitching



Seasonal Highlights

Hairy Dragonflies kick the spring off emerging a lot early than any other Hawker.

By mid summer more species of Hawker are on the wing, including Common Hawker, a specialist of fens and bogs.

By autumn darters are on show; the red-orange Common Darter and the blood red Ruddy Darter.


Image by David Kitching



Contact Information

The Wildlife Trust of South & West Wales
The Nature Centre
Fountain Road
CF32 0EH

T: 01656 724 100

WT Ffrwd Farm Mire