Nestling in a valley between Llandrindod Wells and Howey, this nature reserve is a reminder of the wild expanse of wetland, heath and woodland that covered much of the local area until the middle of the nineteenth century. The rich wetland habitat makes this a good place to see a wide variety of birds, plants and invertebrates, including dragonflies and damselflies.
Opening times, entry costs, facilities and directions
Image by Jonathan Stone
Contact InformationRadnorshire Wildlife Trust
T: 01597 823298