Our Nature Reserves

22 Cae Lynden21 Ystradfawr1 Pwll-y-Wrach2 Vicarage Meadows3 Wern Plemys4 Drostre Wood5 Trewalkin Meadow6 Coed Dyrysiog7 Llandefaelog Wood8 Cae Bryntywarch9 Glasbury Cutting10 Darren Fawr11 Brechfa Pool12 Daudraeth Illtyd13 Craig-y-Rhiwarth14 Cae Eglwys15 Cwm Claisfer16 Cwm Oergwm17 Cae Pwll-y-Bo18 Pen-y-Waun19 The Byddwn20 Allt RhongyrClick on the map above for information on a reserve

Havens for wildlife

The BWT has 22 nature reserves across Brecknock covering a range of habitats e.g. wildflower meadows, old pastures, woodlands, limestone escarpments, quarries and peat bogs. These provide a refuge for creatures such as dormice, butterflies, bats, woodpeckers and moths plus a range of interesting and unusual plants e.g. globeflowers, toothwort and orchids.

Open to the public

All the Trust's nature reserves are open to BWT members and the public to visit for free, on foot, to enjoy the rich and diverse wildlife present. Please always follow the Countryside Code when visiting.

Managing the reserves

The BWT carries out a range of management work on the reserves, aided by its Reserves Work Party. Activities include maintaining and improving paths, cutting and raking hay, coppicing woodland and scrub clearance. Cattle and ponies are also used at low numbers to graze wildflower meadows at appropriate times of the year.

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reserve to view..

Ancient woodland

Ragged robin - to be seen in our damp meadows

Further information:
Contact the Trust's Reserves Manager, Phil Sutton, by email or tel: 01874 625708.

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