Creatures of Crom - Summer Ranger Walk

A family uses binoculars to look out from the bird hide at Crom

Crom has a varied terrian from woodlands to wetlands, making it a perfect home for a huge variety of plants and animals.

Experience a guided outdoor tour with one of our rangers every Thursday throughout July and August at 2.30pm and hear all about the wildlife that lives and lurks around the magnificent Crom estate!

Crom has a varied terrian from woodlands to wetlands, making it a perfect home for a huge variety of plants and animals. This diversity of habitats means Crom is an important conservation site.

The mature oak woodland, meadows, parkland and snaking waterways of Upper Lough Erne mean Crom is a haven for wildlife. The estate is home to a vast array of rare species like otters, red squirrels and pine martens as well as some of the UK's rarest butterflies and moths.

A bumblebee feeding from a marsh-loving heath spotted-orchid at Crom
A bumblebee feeding from a heath spotted-orchid at Crom
A bumblebee feeding from a marsh-loving heath spotted-orchid at Crom

Get closer to nature at Crom..

Please register for the tour in the Visitor Centre at Crom. There is no extra cost associated with this tour. Please allow at least 1 hour for the tour. (Normal admission applies, National Trust Members free)