Nature in Anglesey

Anglesey has a number of priority habitats including Lowland and Coastal Heath, Reedbeds, Fens, Broadleaved Woodlands, Ancient and Species Rich Hedgerows, Ponds and Flower-rich Road Verges; there are some of the most extensive sand dunes in Wales.

We are a stronghold for some rare species, including Great Crested Newt, Red Squirrel, Otter, Water Vole and Chough, for which there are all action plans.

The partnership includes Isle of Anglesey County Council, NRW, North Wales Wildlife Trust, NRW, Menter Mon, RSPB, Marine Awareness North Wales, North Wales Police, National Assembly of Wales Agriculture Dept, North West Wales Amphibian and Reptile Group and others; to date, the Forum meets yearly.

Some projects helping to fulfil the Local Biodiversity Action Plan to date
East Anglesey Hedgerow Survey, Species-rich road-verge cuttings removal and NOF funding for helping safeguard and ancient woodland on LNR site and pond restoration and creation for Crested Newts.

Key Contact

Isle of Anglesey CC Ecology/ Biodiversity/Wildlife staff

Isle of Anglesey County Council
c/o IACC Planning Service
Council Offices
Llangefni
LL77 7TW

Email: [email protected]
Tel: 01248 752470
website: click here

Anglesey is a valued member of the all-Wales Local Nature Partnership Network

Species in Wales

Amphibians & Reptiles

Birds

Lichens

Terrestrial Mammals

Bryophytes

Invertebrates

Helping Wildlife

Wildlife Gardening