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It’s second nature Nature and wildlife reserves are scattered across the island. Go inland to discover some of these special places. Cors Goch National Nature Reserve west of Benllech, for example, is a low-lying, fen-like landscape that’s a refuge for plants more often seen in East Anglia. Nearby Cors Erddreiniog is another extensive area of fenland. You’d be hard pressed to beat Coed Cyrnol Local Nature Reserve, Menai Bridge, for a more charming little woodland walk. For more on our reserves and wildlife please see pages 46–49. Open gardens Around 10 gardens on the island are members of the National Gardens Scheme. They are ‘open for charity’ to the public at various times of the year (either regularly or by appointment). For more information go to ngs.org.uk Go green There are lots of ways that you can go green. Explore Anglesey on foot (see pages 38–41 for information and inspiration). Or by bike (see pages 22–25). Or ditch the car and use our buses to get around (see pages 80–83 for more on this option). www.visitanglesey.co.uk www.discoveranglesey.com 37


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