A Haven For Wildlife

Rhinog Park

At Rhinog Park, we are proud to do our bit to protect and enhance Britain’s natural environment. We are busily adding to our wildlife-friendly features each year and would love you to take the time to explore them.

Things to look out for on the Park during your visit:

BAT HOUSE: installed in 2021, this quickly became occupied by Pipistrelle Bats.
BAT AND BIRD BOXES: the bird boxes are particularly well-used during the nesting season.
PLANTING FOR POLLINATORS: our beautiful flower borders are improving every year.
NATIVE TREES: more than 200 native trees have been planted on the park in the last few years.
JUBILEE TREE: as part of the Queen’s Green Canopy project, we planted a Cherry Tree. Do walk round the park and find it – it’s marked with a special plaque.

We hope you enjoy watching the wildlife and exploring the natural features of our lovely park!

Further Information About Discovering Wildlife in This Area

RSPB Reserves & Events

Glaslyn Ospreys

North Wales Wildlife Trust


For RSPB reserves such as Ynys Hir (nr. Machynlleth) and events such as guided walks, hands-on activities and wildlife watching please click the button below.


This community interest company protects breeding ospreys in the Glaslyn Valley, while at the same time highlighting the wealth of other wildlife in the region. To find out how to get to their new Visitor Centre or to see their list of events please click the button below.

north wales wildlife trust

Dedicated to conserving all habitats and species across North Wales for the enjoyment of people and the benefit of wildlife, the NWWT have a downloadable program on their website, please click the button below to see it.

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