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Stackpole Quay

Hidden amongst the cliffs at Pembrokeshire, Stackpole Quay is a small stoney harbour. It has become the favourite of many people who love kayaking and exploring. People explore these caves every day while some love climbing the cliffs. It is a small beautiful place to spend the day with your friends or your family. Below […]

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European Spider Crab |

Dinefwr House

A point of historical interest, Dinefwr House was originally built in 1660. However, evidence suggests that the land was mostly in use for more than two millennia by the Romans. It now serves as a nature reserve, historic house, 18th-century landscape and a medieval deer park. Dinefwr House is situated in Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire. The walk […]

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Fallow Deer |

Margam Country Park

Located in South Wales, Margam Country Park is present over a land of over 850 acres. The park was created in 1977. There are three noticeable buildings situated within the park. This place is a combination of beauty, history, nature and wildlife. A variety of animals is available at the park with the most common […]

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Gilfach Farm

A 400-acre farmland, Gilfach Farm is a nature reserve in the heart of Wales. The farm is great for bird watching because of its variety of species of birds. The farm has walking trails all around the farm, taking the visitor through woods and meadows and the Wye river bank. The buildings are in the […]

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Eurasian Otter | Brown Hare | Badger | Common Hedgehog | Western Polecat | Stoat | Weasel |

Angel Bay

An inlet on Little Orme’s Headland, Angel Bay is a bay located on the North Wales Coast. Angel Bay is popular because of its view and a wide range of marine wildlife. The basic and highlight animal of Angel Bay are the Grey Seals. It is easy to watch them while they swim around. The […]

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Grey Seal | Razorbill | Fulmar |

South Stack Cliffs

Located on Holy Island, North West Coast of Anglesey, South Stack Cliffs is a Nature Reserve run by the RSPB. The South Stack Cliffs is a popular and unique place. It is unique due to the presence of a small yellow flower known as the Spathulate Fleawort which can only be found here in the […]

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Atlantic Puffin | Guillemot | Peregrine Falcon | Red-Billed Chough | Razorbill |

Point Lynas

Situated along the beautiful coast of Anglesey, Point Lynas is an active light house built in the 17th century. The lighthouse consists of a lighthouse tower, the head keepers house and two keeper’s cottage. All of this is contained within a high castellated wall that can only be accessed through a stone arched gateway. Off […]

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