The parkland is a haven for wildlife throughout the seasons.
After its winter hibernation, in early spring the parkland begins to slowly awaken.
Croome is a great place for birdwatching all year round, bring your binoculars for a great day in our parkland.
Lots of conservation work has been undertaken at Croome over recent years to secure the nightingale’s natural habitat.
Croome’s parkland is home to a wide variety of plants and flowers which provide an invaluable habitat for many species of butterflies.
Otters have been spotted at Croome read more about them here.
Working with The Vincent Wildlife Trust, we hope to discover more about these elusive creatures.
Watch our video of the house martins coming home to Croome.
Summer has arrived in the parkland with so much wildlife to spot - why not download one of our free spotter sheets.
What wildlife will you see at Croome this autumn?
Croome is a haven for wildlife during the winter months.
Even during the colder months, there’s lots of colour and structure to be enjoyed in Croome’s parkland.
Warmer months at Croome means the spring flowers begin to emerge in the parkland.