Whiteford Burrows (NNR)


Whiteford Burrows (NNR)

Coastal HabitatSignificant HabitatWildlife HabitatBird and Wildlife WatchingMigration ZoneScenic Vista


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From the base of the limestone cliffs at Cwm Ivy, the long sandy finger of Whiteford Burrows national nature reserve stretches northwards into the middle of the Burry Inlet. Behind the strip of dunes, The dunes are a landscape of small hills with damp hollows in between. Behind the sandy beach are the open dunes, where the bleached white marram grass is splashed with summer colour. The reserve has a multitude of birds, butterflies and plants. It is a lovely place in summer and a beautiful alternative to the Riviera of the south Gower beaches.

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A National Nature Reserve (NNR) is an area of importance nationally, and many contain important populations of rare flora and fauna, but are usually designated for their broader ecological value. Some NNR's have restricted access due to the importance of protecting the area, however they are resource for recreation and education so long as this does not compromise the wildlife habitat. There are 67 designated NNR's in Wales.


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