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Coombe Abbey Park is home to Warwickshire’s largest heronry, along with many other species of birds who have made their home around the estate lake and historic woodland.
The parkland, landscaped by Capability Brown, features an 80 acre lake. The lake’s reed beds are an unusual and important habitat and support the County’s largest heronry.
The historic woodlands are an impressive sight and home to much of our park wildlife. Planted and managed over many centuries, discover the ancient and veteran trees, some planted by Capability Brown and some preceding his work. Also, don’t forget to check out the Giant Redwoods which date back to the mid 19th century.
Coombe Abbey Park are proud to be home to a variety of birds including the Kingfisher, Great Tit, Chaffinch, Little Egret and Nuthatch just to name a few. See how many you can spot on a walk.