British Wildlife 09.2 December 1997

Reserve Focus – Dowrog Common, Pembrokeshire

Dowrog Common Nature Reserve, owned by the National Trust, and managed by the Wildlife Trust West Wales, formerly the Dyfed Wildlife Trust, is the largest and most diverse of a series of almost treeless lowland heaths on the St Davids Peninsula. Some 101ha in extent, Dowrog is joined to the south-west by Waun Fawr (16ha) and to the north-east by Tretio Common (55ha).

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