Fancy finding out what our rangers do, or maybe going birdspotting? Take a spring walk and you’ll be surprised what wildlife you’ll see. Here are some suggestions to get you started
Look out for redstarts and pied flycatchers nesting in the woods – Lyme is also home to a thriving population of brown hares, and our famous White Park cattle. And of course, there's the deer too!
A visit wouldn't be complete without seeing the deer who call Dunham their home. What other wildlife will you spot in the gardens and parkland?
Our three ponds at Hare Hill provide a home for rare wetland wildlife. Look out for newts, frogs and pond skaters and find out what we’re doing to conserve this special habitat.
Redstart, nuthatch, flycatcher and tree creeper. These are just a few of the lovely woodland birds that you'll hopefully be able to spot.
The sand dunes of Formby are home to animals that are even more rare than our Red Squirrels.
On the hunt for a red squirrel, daffodil, bluebell, or simply just to enjoy the birdsong that surrounds us in the spring? The Lake District is waking up after the winter and as the days get longer and warmer, it's the perfect season to step outside.