Oxwich National Nature Reserve

Oxwich National Nature Reserve

Significant HabitatWildlife HabitatCoastal HabitatProtected/Cultivated HabitatBird and Wildlife Watching

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The reserve lies on the coast of south Gower, sweeping in a beautiful arc around Oxwich Bay, near the village and castle of Penrice. The reserve includes an amazing variety of coastal habitats such as beach and sand dunes, saltmarsh, reed bed, fen, open water, woodland and cliffs. Oxwich is one of the most popular and accessible National Nature Reserves in Wales- striking not only for its wealth of wildlife but also for its landscape quality, a stunning natural attraction. Managed by Natural Resources Wales.

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An NNR is an area which is among the best examples of a particular habitat, and they are of national importance. Their aim is to secure protection and appropriate management of the most important areas of wildlife habitat, to provide a resource for scientific research and to provide a resource for recreation so long as this does not compromise the wildlife habitat.

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