Bodlondeb Woods and Nature Reserve

This attractive woodland lies between Bodlondeb Park and the southern bank of the Conwy Estuary.

Bodlondeb (meaning contentment) is a 7.6 ha area of mixed woodland lying on acidic rock. Native oak, birch and ash are present but in the past there has been extensive planting of beech, scots pine and evergreen oak. Sycamore is abundant in the wood with cherry and yew also growing. Within the woods is an unusual feature, a holly alley. The wood is home to a variety of mammals, birds and butterflies, including: Grey squirrel, fox, buzzard, sparrow hawk, nuthatch, jay, common blue, speckled wood and occasionally painted lady.

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