Amazing wildlife in Wales

Wales is a haven for wildlife, and we have some of the best habitats under our care for them to live in. Whether it's birds, bugs, seals or otters, there's plenty of wildlife secrets just waiting to be discovered.

Dolphins in Llŷn Peninsula

Ultimate wildlife watching adventures in Llŷn  

Explore the Llŷn peninsula for a chance to observe some of Britain's most beautiful marine creatures in their natural habitat.

A puffin nestled in grassland nera the coast

Birdlife at Marloes

From the clifftops to the wetland, Marloes truly is a flying spectacular. See puffins and peregrines offshore, and the likes of stonechat and snipe inland.

Great Spotted Woodpecker feeding young at nest hole

From badgers to bats: discover wildlife at The Kymin

The Kymin might be known for Georgian gentility and picnicking, but it's also a haven for wildlife. With a mixture of open spaces and semi-ancient woodland, birds, bats, badgers, and even wild boar have made this small but special place home.

A Chough feeding near Lizard Point

Choughs: Llŷn's red-legged masters 

Experience the extreme end of the Llŷn peninsula and watch wonderful aerial displays. The distinctive coughs, the emblem of Llŷn, are one of the reasons why this special place is a Site of Specific Scientific interest.

Otters swimming at Bosherston Lily Ponds

Meet Stackpole's wildlife

Stackpole's home to all kinds of creatures, from the infamous otters to the largest colony of greater horseshoe bats in Wales.

A veteran tree in the Tarell Valley, Brecon Beacons, Powys

Veteran Trees in the Tarell Valley

A precious and increasingly rare habitat, our semi-ancient woodlands are a haven for wildlife. Clinging on at the foot of the Brecon Beacons, these trees have lived for hundreds of years and are home to rare fungi and invertebrates dependent on them for their survival.