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What to spot


Gronant Sand Dunes

Snow Buntings, Sanderling


Anglesey Coast

Seals, Porpoises, Dolphins


Spinnies Nature Reserve

Oystercatchers, Dunlins, Lapwings, Bar-Tailed Godwits, Curlews, Water Rails, Snipe, Redshanks, Kingfishers, Little Egrets


Point of Ayr, Dee Estuary

Pale-Bellied Brent Geese, Oystercatchers, Curlews, Pintails, Knots, Dunlins, Redshanks, Curlews, Peregrines, Merlins


Newborough Forest

Ravens, Red Squirrels, Beaches, Woodland, Stunning Views


Eithinog Nature Reserve

Pinkgill Fungi, Waxcap Fungi and Earth-Tongues Fungi, Snipe, Bullfinches, Bats


Morfa Madryn

Oystercatchers, Wigeon, Mallards, Teal, Red-Breasted Mergansers, Curlews, Lapwings


Kinmel Bay

Seals, Seabirds and Wading Birds


Conwy Nature Reserve

Godwits, Shelducks, Starlings, Whimbrels, Water Rails, Black-Tailed Godwits, Reedbeds, Lagoons


Coed y Brenin

Fallow Deer, Wood Ants, Otters, Dippers, Grey Wagtails, Herons, Crossbills, Woodpeckers, Woodlands, Rivers, Waterfalls

Fun facts

  • Newborough Forest has one of the largest Raven roosts in the country, with up to 2,000 Ravens. It is also home to one of only three significant populations of Red Squirrels in Wales.
  • At the RSPB Conwy nature reserve you can see nightly Starling 'murmurations' where thousands of Starlings form wonderful shapes in the winter evening sky.
  • The Dee Estuary is recognised as one of the best places in the world for wintering birds. High tide is the best time to get closer views.
  • Gronant Sand Dunes is one of the best places in the UK to see beautiful Arctic visitors known as Snow Buntings.
  • The mudflats of the Traeth Lafan, connected to Spinnies Nature Reserve, can attract up to 15,000 birds in winter and is one of the best places in Europe for wintering birds.
  • The Anglesey Coast is a great place to see Seals, especially around Puffin Island, which ironically doesn't have any Puffins.