Rivers, a deer park, woodland, farmland, pasture, meadows and more - not to mention the wildlife that have made Attingham their home - all make up the landscape of this Shropshire Estate. With over 4,000 acres to conserve and carefully manage, the Ranger team might often be out of sight, but their work is evident throughout the estate.
Welcome to the first Attingham Park Ranger blog post. Find out more about the work of our often hidden outdoor heroes from Ranger Gareth, new to the team.
Clattering antlers, throaty bellows, and grassy headdresses; what on earth has gotten into the deer here at Attingham Park?
As the leaves fall, the Rangers are out in the woods, but what on earth are they looking at?
Find out more about how we manage the woodland at Attingham.
It's time the hedges got a haircut. See how we go about hedgelaying on the estate.
Find out more about being a student placement Ranger at Attingham
Find out more about what our Ranger team have been up to recently from Ranger Gareth.
Find out more about moths on the Attingham estate from Ranger Gareth.
This month hear from our Ranger, Gareth about weather and wildlife at Attingham.
There’s more to the Attingham Estate than its Mansion, Walled Garden, Pleasure Grounds and Deer Park which makes up around 200 acres (80 hectares) Find out more about the wider Attingham estate.
2018 marks 200 years since the death of the landscape designer Humphry Repton. Repton worked at many great estates across the country including Attingham, where we still have his original Red Book of designs.
Birds, insects, mammals and more have found their ideal habitat at Attingham. Take a closer look.