Conservation & Wildlife

conservation and wildlife at the albrighton moat and gardens

The combination of landscaped and natural gardens provides safe refuge throughout the year for a whole host of wildlife. Through participation and observation visitors can learn how to protect and appreciate nature and its precious inhabitants.  

Our gardens are home to adorable plants and other living creatures including bugs, small mammals, birds, reptiles, bees, butterflies and other wildlife species and are therefore very much in harmony with nature. The bugs, frogs, hedgehogs, bats and other visitors are attracted to the gardens in search of sustenance making the garden feel alive and full of activity whilst also helping to keep it beautiful.

So, the Albrighton Moat and Gardens can provide a unique and inclusive setting for people with disabilities and special needs to participate in positive outdoor activities such as making bug and bird houses, trying pond and stream dipping, and learning how to identify wildlife species and plants. 

Read on to find out more about the benefits of engaging with nature, how you can access these activities at the Albrighton Moat and Gardens and any further courses and programmes which may be available.