Croes Robert Wood
Lying in the Wye Valley of South East Wales, this 14 hectare reserve was designated an Site of Special Scientific Interest in 1981.
The semi-natural coppiced deciduous woodland has been managed using traditional techniques and the area has seen a flourishing of native British species.
Meadow plants such as the bluebell and yellow archange help attract many species of butterflies and moths.
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