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While you are in mid Wales-

Here are some days out for you to enjoy. All these places are members of Natural Mid Wales and so are committed to showing you their local wildlife, and to doing all they can to conserve and promote nature in their locality. Here are some wildlife friendly things to do and places to go.

Ty Gwyn Farm

Llandrindod Wells

"Walking Through History" courses led by Stuart Fry, landscape historian. Also dry stone walling courses and Gundog training weekends

As featured on Radio 4 Farming Today

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Hafod Uchtryd

near Aberystwyth

The Hafod estate occupies some 200 hectares of the Ystwyth valley and surrounding hills. One of the finest examples in Europe of a Picturesque landscape

conservation and restoration project

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Welsh Overland Safaris

Cilmery, near Builth Wells

Guided tours of Mid Wales with a knowledgable local guide

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The National Trust- Abergwesyn Commons

"The Rooftop of Wales" between Nant Irfon and Llanwrthwl

Rich in archaeology and a wildlife haven

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Learn Outdoors

Rhayader

A specialist outdoor activity company running bespoke courses including DofE Expeditions, bushcraft, outdoor and navigation training, first aid and team building

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Natural Wonders Photography

Llanigon, nr Hereford

From the absolute beginner to experienced amateurs and professionals, we specialise in photographic tours to destinations in the UK and overseas for wildlife, nature and landscape photography.

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Elan Valley

near Rhayader

180 sq km of hill, valley, woodland and reservoirs. Spectacular for wildlife watching, walking, cycling and horse riding

Large visitor centre with cafe, gift shop and exhibition

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