Snowdon - Yr Wyddfa in Welsh - is the highest peak of England and Wales, in the middle of the Snowdonia National Park.
It's a busy mountain with walkers and of course a railway, so the most visible wildlife is restricted largely to those of the feathered variety: buzzards, ravens, carrion crows and the occasional red kite can be seen on the lower slopes.
But it's the plant world which gives the nature fan a thrill. In summer, the Snowdon lily is out, and only lives within the National Park.
The National Park is a large area that encompasses most of Gwynedd. Wales' highest mountains are all to be found there.
In winter, keep your eyes peeled for the purple saxifrage.
Tick off what you've spotted with our handy wildlife spotter guides.
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