Going wild at Chirk Castle
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Listen out for a high pitched call and look up to see these graceful creatures.
We have plenty of mammals on the estate including our shy and prickly hedgehogs.
You can often see this amazing creature on the estate with its long ears and powerful legs.
A Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) denotes an area with either a biological or geological interest.
Chirk Castle has the highest level of protection awarded in March 2012. This includes the buildings, gardens and estate.
We are held accountable by a number of governing bodies including Natural Resources Wales.
We're home to lots of rare wildlife including bats, invertebrates and mammals.
Get passionate about wildlife
Everyone can help wildlife both here at Chirk Castle and in your local area.
- You can volunteer with the Chirk ranger team. To find out more email the rangers
- Got a question about wildlife? Follow the rangers on Twitter @ChirkNTRangers or call them on 01691 777701