Our east Glamorgan reserves have a rich and diverse range of habitats from coastal to woodland. We manage these reserves with staff and volunteers, without whom this work would not be possible. Our work in this area is mostly funded by our members and grants.
From lapwings to liverworts, great crested newts to great spotted woodpeckers, these reserves are special places to visit all year round.
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.
Coed Garnllwyd anemones Grid References O.S. Explorer map 151 Cardiff & Bridgend. Main entrance point: ST057711, Site centre: ST058712 Status
Grid References Main entrance: ST041778, Car parking: ST043778 Tenure Freehold purchased February 1990. Size 4.9 ha (12.1 acres). A downloadable
Grid References O.S. Explorer map 151 Cardiff & Bridgend. Site centre: ST111827 Tenure Leased from the Forestry Commission since 1968,
Grid References O.S. Explorer map 151. Main entrance: SS960674 Cwm Colhuw by Vaughn Matthews Status The site is partly designated
Grid References O.S. Explorer map 151. Main entrance: ST181681 Site centre: ST182682 Lavernock Status Lavernock Point SSSI forms two thirds
Parc Slip meadows L Maiden Description: A restored opencast site consisting of grassland, woodland, wetlands, including lakes with bird
Taf Fechan Nature Reserve by Chris Lawrence Please note: The footpath that runs alongside the Cyfarthfa leat is closed due
Grid References O.S. Explorer map 151 Cardiff and Bridgend. Main entrance: ST051850, Site centre: ST052849 Status The site is part