Wonders of nature
This section of the page features an image gallery, so if you're using a screen reader you may wish to jump to the main content.
What is a habitat?
A habitat is the type of environment in which plants and animals live.
Habitat is dictated by what kinds of plants grow there, the climate and the geography.
Habitats at Powis
We have a wide selection of diverse habitats where particular kinds of plants and animals might be found.
These areas include wonderful woodland, ponds and wildflower meadows – a haven for wildlife.
Our wildflowers are simply bursting with colour and seductive scents, buzzing with insects and alive with animals.
A spectacular summer sight that’s full of life.
Take a walk on the wild side and experience the wonders of woodland in our wilderness.
Woods continue to be an important feature of our landscape and cultural history and provide many different habitats for wildlife.
Watch out for:
A striking bird
Swifts & swallows
Our gardener's friend
A diverse microworld