Like much of Britain, the majority of Gwynedd's woodlands have been lost over time for building or farming purposes, however what have remained in Gwynedd are some of the finest woodlands in the UK, and the diversity of them is exceptional. From hanging oak forests in the mountains to lush, riverside woodland. Spend a day in a pine forest and you could see a red squirrel or the very rare and elusive pine martin. Step back in time in broadleaved woodland and notice the amazing coverage of mosses and ferns which are characteristic of this area, or walk along in a riverside woodland and keep your eyes alert for otter and kingfisher.
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