Birdwatching Walks in Gwent
Gwent has an astonishing range of habitats, from the Wye Valley and its ancient woodlands in the east, to the deep valleys, fast flowing rivers and high moorlands of the north and west. In between are the broad agricultural sweeps of the Usk and Monnow valleys, and to the south are the wetlands and reed beds of the Gwent Levels which a butt the salt marshes and extensive mudflats of the Severn Estuary.
Presented here are over 60 walks to help you explore Gwent's magnificent countryside and its birds. The routes are provided by twenty six experienced birdwatchers, each with an intimate knowledge of their particular area. They share their secrets to enable you to get the best experience from your walk. Also includes a checklist of Gwent's birds, maps and directions for each walk and information on public transport and wheelchair access.