We currently manage these reserves with one member of staff and a group of enthusiastic volunteers.
Without volunteers and people becoming members of the Trust we would be unable to do this vital work in Ceredigion.
The reserves vary hugely from islands to woodlands, Ceredigion offers a delightful variety.
If you are thinking of taking your dog along with you to a nature reserve, please read and conform to our guidelines for dog walking on nature reserves.
This will help us to keep the nature reserves a safe place for wildlife and people.
Grid References: O.S. Explorer map 199 Lampeter. Main entrance; SN517617, Site centre; SN518617 Status: None Tenure: Leased from the Forestry Commission in
This relatively long and narrow reserve comprises a steep, ancient semi-natural woodland that drops from improved pasture to the north,
The reserve consists of four small herb-rich fields of neutral grassland showing some acidic characteristics. It is likely that the
This relatively large reserve is a mosaic of woodland and grassland with wide, wooded gulleys. Part of the woodland is
Mixed estate planted woodland. The woodland canopy is varied, including species such as Ash, Beech, Sessile Oak, Holly, Sycamore, Wych
Ancient upland oak woodland. The reserve is a Sessile Oak wood on a steep south-facing slope. The canopy is almost
The reserve can be divided into two principal areas, a large area of regenerating heath, and the section of broadleaf
Oligotrophic-mesotrophic lake, upland heathland and mire. Natural upland lake, 300 m above sea level.
The lake which extends for 4.5 ha, may be described aptly as a sister to Llyn Eiddwen about 2 km
Maritime cliff and slope, upland Oak woodland and lowland heathland.
The reserve comprises an area of flower-rich unimproved grassland including numerous flushes which are slightly base rich.
Unimproved sedge-rich pasture, flower rich grassland with a wide range of invertebrates.