If you enjoy a spot of bird watching visit our Bird Hide, situated along Heron’s Way. Bird watching at Coombe Abbey Park is a real treat for nature lovers as we proudly contribute to the mosaic of habits that make the site attractive to birds, as well as recognising its importance for ornithology.
As the County’s second largest water mass totaling approximately 80 acres, the Pool supports Warwickshire’s largest heronry – and the reed beds of Coombe Pool are an unusual and important habitat in the county.
Not forgetting our ducks and swans – why not purchase a bag of feed so our feathered friends don’t go hungry. Priced at only £1 per bag it’s a much healthier option than feeding them bread, which we do not encourage at Coombe Abbey Park.
Recognised as SSSI over 40 years ago, we’re home to a wide diversity of waterfowl and woodland birds.
Our helpful staff will be happy to assist you with any queries or concerns you may have on your visit. They can also advise on what variety of birdlife to watch out for when bird watching at Coombe Abbey Park.
With so many birds at Coombe Abbey Park, including the Grey Heron, Mute Swan, Tufted Duck, Moorhen, Egret, Egyptian Geese, Kingfisher, Reed Warbler, Nuthatch, Marsh Tit, Blue Tit, Great Tit and Chaffinch to name but a few, which ones will you spot?
There is a designated bird hide in Coombe Abbey Park (located on Heron’s Way) where you will be able to spot a variety of birdlife.