Autumnwatch at Lodge Park and Sherborne Park Estate

The BBC returned to Sherborne Park Estate for Autumnwatch at the end of October 2017.

Pied wagtail in the snow

Winterwatch at Sherborne Park Estate 

The Sherborne Park Estate was home to Winterwatch on BBC Two in late January. You can find out more about the programme and the stars - some of the wildlife on the estate.

BBC returns to Sherborne

Nature moments

Michaela talks Autumnwatch at Sherborne Park

Michaela Strachan tells us about why she loves catching up with the animal stars of Springwatch in the autumnal surroundings of Sherborne Park.


Build your own nest boxes

We use many different kinds of nest boxes to encourage wildlife on our Sherborne Estate where BBC Autumnwatch was filmed. Ranger Anna shows you how to do the same in your own homes and gardens.

Dormouse, Fyne Court, Somerset

Nail-biting nests 

The rangers at our special places are dedicated to improving habitats for wildlife. From installing nest boxes to monitoring roosts. Some animals, however, have their own ideas about where makes a good home...


Discover the wonderful world of deadwood

Deadwood is a vital part of the ecosystem in our parks and countryside. It supports a wide range of wildlife, from fungi to invertebrates which then become a source of food for other species such as woodpeckers. Watch our video to find out more about this special habitat from our Rangers at the Sherborne Park Estate.

Walking at Cwm Idwal, Snowdonia, North Wales

Go on a walking holiday 

Nothing beats a walking holiday in the great outdoors. That inward sense of achievement after completing a walk, discovering new landscapes and conquering high peaks. Book a stay at one of our cottages across England, Wales and Northern Ireland and set out on a rambling adventure.


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