Beaver Watching

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The Bevis Trust, working with Wildlife Trusts Wales, applied to Natural Resources Wales to re-introduce Beavers to Wales. So far, NRW has spent almost two years considering the application. So the Bevis Trust has decided to allow the public to come and see some of the Beavers destined for release. Find out more information about the Welsh Beaver Project.

We have been watching our beavers now for over 4 years. They delight and enchant us every time we see see them. When the summer evenings get longer the beavers come out well before dark and you can spend many happy hours just sitting quietly in one of the hides and watching their behaviour. It’s quite a magical experience, made even more so by the kingfishers, water voles, moorhens and the huge variety of life on the ponds and lakes.

Now you can experience this too.  Please read the text below to make sure it’s for you.

This is the only location in southern Britain were you can reliably watch beavers in natural surroundings!

Bookings now closed until spring 2020 contact from April onwards – sorry, but the beavers become strictly nocturnal in the winter!

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