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Some of the animals that can be seen locally in Snowdonia include fallow deer, pine marten (if you are very lucky), red squirrels, polecats, hedgehogs, wild ponies, badgers, osprey, foxes, cuckoos, red kite, buzzards and on the coast seals, dolphins, purpose, orcas, sharks, probably not seen but they're there - leather back turtles.  And, of course, there are many rumours of big cats!

The Cob - Porthmadog

The Cob at Porthmadog was built by William Maddocks and finished in 1811.  It stopped the tide from flooding the land in as far as Aberglaslyn.  The land that was reclaimed became productive farmland and the road and railway across The Cob brought prosperity to Porthmadog.  Take a walk along The Cob (footpath away from the traffic on the opposite side to the railway or walk carefully alongside the railway line to see the seaward side and see the amazing variety of wildlife.

Here are some of the things to look out for:

  • Mallard ducks

  • Grey seals - often seen in the harbour or by the sluice gates

  • Curlew

  • Little egret

  • Shelduck

  • Oystercatcher

  • Teal

  • Osprey - during the Summer at least one pair nest locally

  • Otters

  • Wigeon

  • Redshank

  • Kingfisher

Cadair View Lodge is the trading name of Cadair View Lodge Ltd
Cadair View Lodge Limited is a company registered in England and Wales with company number 5876057


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11 Bwlch y Fedwen,

Dwyran,

Llanfairpwllgwyngyll LL61 6LZ

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