Wildlife spotting walks

Visitors to the Farne Islands bird watching

Summer is a great time to get closer to nature and wildlife. Dudmaston is teeming with different creatures, great and small. Join us on a wildlife spotting walk and learn more about the animals and insects that call the estate home.

Bird watching

Join ornithologist Dave Pearce for bird watching walks through the Dingle and over in Comer Woods. We have a wealth of bird life on the estate so don't miss the opportunity to come and see for yourself. Benefit from Dave's passion and experience and find out which species you might spot, when and where.

Morning walks take place in the Dingle and evening walks over in Comer Woods.

Butterfly spotting

Nature lover Roger Littleover will lead you on a late morning walk through the rides in Comer Woods. Dudmaston is home to the nothernmost population of the White Admiral butterfly. If you're lucky and the sun is shining you might see the males basking on oak leaves or nectaring on the bramble.

For dates, times and booking information, see our what's on page.

Bat detecting

Our ranger Helen is batty about bats. Join her for a walk in the park at nightfall for a chance to see these elusive creatures in their natural habitat.

For dates, times and booking information, see our what's on page.