The sight of new-born lambs in the fields is one of the sure signs that spring is finally here. As part of caring for landscapes we also look after flocks of sheep and lambs, some quite rare, at places across the Midlands.
While the fallow deer may steal the show in the parkland, our rare-breed Jacob sheep are play a vital role in the conservation of our landscape. They have their own fascinating story to tell.
This time of year sees the fields around Brockhampton filled with lovely lambs. Meet these gentle creatures and help to care for them with the farmers.
It's lambing time at Calke Abbey, and soon we'll have lots of springy lambs leaping around the Walled Garden.
Discover some of the places across the Midlands where you can enjoy spring wildlife.
Walking is a great way to see all that nature has to offer in the spring. Explore some of the places we look after with one of our great downloadable walks.
Looking for the best places to see colourful displays of spring flowers in the Midlands?