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The reserve provides an ideal habitat for nesting and feeding birds and is already home to many species including kingfishers, otters, coots, moor hens, herons and water voles

Rhuddlan Nature Reserve not so long ago was an area of derelict land.  Now fully transformed, the reserve provides an ideal habitat for nesting and feeding birds and is already home to many species including kingfishers, otters, coots, moor hens, herons and water voles; and with a view of Rhuddlan Castle and the National Cycle Route running through it.  It’ s pretty great for visitors too.
denbighshirecountryside.org.uk/rhuddlan-pond/

Countryside Services offers a number of activities during the year in the Rhyl area. See the ‘Out and About’ leaflet available from the TIC for ideas of things to do.
denbighshirecountryside.org.uk/news-and-events/

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