Cors Dyfi nature reserve

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Cors Dyfi
360 view hide, Cors Dyfi nature reserve.jpg
Boardwalk through wetland habitat surrounding the Cors Dyfi 360° Observatory
LocationPowys, Wales
Coordinates52°34′08″N 3°55′05″W / 52.568774°N 3.918031°W / 52.568774; -3.918031Coordinates: 52°34′08″N 3°55′05″W / 52.568774°N 3.918031°W / 52.568774; -3.918031
Governing bodyThe Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust

Cors Dyfi is a nature reserve located near to the village of Derwenlas, in the county of Powys, Wales. Located on land reclaimed from the Estuary on the south side of the River Dyfi, the reserve is under the management of the Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust. [1]

General site character and ecology[edit]

The site has open water, swamp, bog, wet woodland, scrub and gorse. Plants present include marsh cinquefoil, purple loosestrife, lesser spearwort, royal fern and bog myrtle. [2]

Wildlife[edit]

Ospreys, otters, red kites, peregrines and hen harriers can be found here together with green woodpeckers and nightjars.

Cors Dyfi is home to the Dyfi Osprey Project [3]

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