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Peat Fact

The peat base we have underneath our moorland is perhaps our most important asset. Peat creates a fantastically rich environment for many plant and animal species, but is a fragile component of our landscape once vegetation is lost.

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Scree Fact

Not to boast, but we have one of the UK’s rarest trees hidden in the cracks of our scree cliff face. Sorbus Anglic – a type of Whitebeam – is found here, part of fewer than 250 specimens in existence.

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Scree Fact

Not only home to lime-loving plants such as Fairy Flax and Bloody Cranesbill, they also attract important pollinators such as the Pearl Bordered Fritillary.

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Scree Fact

Limestone scree escarpments are fragile landforms that we maintain in as natural a condition as possible. North Wales has some of the best examples in Britain!

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Heather Moorland Fact

75% of the World’s heather moorland is found in the UK. We have a responsibility to its health and productivity.

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Heather Moorland Fact

Over 75% of the Welsh Black Grouse population is also found here on Ruabon moor.

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Heather Moorland Fact

Heather moorland is home to plants and wildlife which are reliant on the habitat, including the bilberry bumblebee, the green hairstreak butterfly, skylark, golden plover and hen harrier.

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      Not only home to lime-loving plants such as Fairy Flax and Bloody Cranesbill, they also attract important pollinators such as the Pearl Bordered Fritillary.