British Wildlife 12.1 October 2000

Reserve focus – Crymlyn Bog NNR

At first sight, Crymlyn Bog is an unprepossessing place, encircled by some of the least attractive legacies of our industrialised society. Down the western side stride power lines punctuated by a refuse tip, which towers disturbingly over the low-lying reserve. The narrow neck of land between bog and sea has been taken over by roads, railways, canals and factories.

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