Welcome to the Friends of Forest Farm!
Next Event: Sunday 10th March, 10.00–12.00. Volunteering.
Meet at the Wardens Centre, Forest Farm Road, Whitchurch CF14 7JJ. All welcome!
Did You know?Forest Farm is one of a handful of places in the UK where rare bird the Bittern nests, around January.
Joining the Friends of Forest Farm is very easy. Annual membership costs just £5 per household which gives you exclusive first-look at our newsletter as soon as it is published. We also hold many events every year for our members. Join Now
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A wonderful place to walk, very peaceful and tranquil...
Stunning place to visit plenty of wildlife so take a camera.
Fab place for walking along the Taff trail, Just off the Taff you have the Glamorgan Canal, Great wildlife, seen 5 Kingfishers going about their business also Cormorants sat in the tree's amongst other small birds! Peaceful place with nice people to chat too! :)read more
Enjoy walking round and viewing the wildlife
A great place to spend an hour or two watching the birds. Glamorgan Canal and Mellingriffith Feeder Canal both interesting too, easy access to the Taff by Radyr Weir too, and from there up and down the Taff and Taff Trail.read more
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Excellent country park with fantastic Volunteers and needs protecting for future generations
First visit yesterday and absolutely loved it! The apples � were a bonus, made me some delicious apple crumble. Everyone so friendly and perfect for the little ones �read more
Great place for bird watching and a little stroll
Forest farm is so peaceful time to enjoy the wildlife every time I go there it's always something different you just never know what you see, also friendly people pass by you .read more
One of my favourite places to go wander with my camera :)
I love this place and often walk around the grounds and along the canal. We visit the bird hides and, as new 'Friends of Forest Farm' we hope to start getting involved in some of the projects there.read more
Remarkable nature reserve on the edge of Cardiff with a wide selection of wildlife and plants in a variety of habitats including Kingfishers of course plus some shy visitors like Water Rail, Snipe and even a Bittern.read more
In my view this is the shining star in Cardiff's attractions an amazing place to explore, see the kingfishers, get up close to the rabbits and small birds such as the nut hatches, robins, blue tits etc (take a little bag of seed with you for the posts and they soon show), sit and watch the herons gracefully flying in for lunch or just to take a gentle stroll or a bike ride, Sitting in one of the two hides you literally are a world away from the hustle and bustle of everyday city life and even better it's all for free !. This place is amazing please please Cardiff Council allow the Rangers and Friends to keep doing thier amazing work and do not lose this stunning site Xread more