Bird's Eye View
The estuaries and coastline, the mountains and hills, ancient woodlands and river valleys of Snowdonia Mountains and Coast all contribute to the rich diversity of habitats which ensures the area's long standing reputation as a bird watcher's paradise.
Reserves offer breath-taking scenery and beautiful woodland walks whilst the Conwy estuary Reserve offers views of various wading birds and the magnificent Conwy Castle. Well located hides ensure an excellent view. As part of the Glaslyn Osprey project, a round-the-clock protection scheme operates during the breeding season. The public viewing scheme is open between April and the end of August, where you can use telescopes and see live footage from the nest-cam. Volunteers are on hand to help.
For further information on wildlife and sites where you can visit, go to: Discover Gwynedd.
RSPB North Wales
Unit 14, Llys Castan, Parc Menai, Bangor, LL57 4FD