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Our priority is to ensure that we have everything in place to keep our teams, local communities, visitors and wildlife safe. Please follow all signage on reserves and be aware that new one-way systems, passing places, and markings may be in place to assist with social distancing. It is also important that we all follow the latest official Welsh Government advice on social distancing, hygiene and travel.
Much of our wildlife has also become used to the unusual peace and quiet over the last few weeks. We need your help to keep disturbance to a minimum. Here are some tips, both when visiting our reserves, and elsewhere in the wider countryside:
Please follow this link for important information about restrictions that may be in place during your visit to keep everyone safe and to help protect vulnerable wildlife.
Thank you again for your continued support and patience. It really means a great deal to all of us at RSPB Cymru.
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