During the evening find a quiet spot and you may be able to catch the aerial displays of our local bats feeding by the edge of the river, or see the local deer as they wander through the site. Often our campers tell us they go to sleep to the sounds of owls in the forest.
During the day when the site is busier look up, there are often buzzards overhead and our resident swallows are usually out catching insects. Did you know swallow parents need to feed their young around 100 times each day.
Those nesting in the eves of the bunkhouse certainly look ready for their next meal.
Find out more about swallows from the RSPB https://www.rspb.org.uk/birds-and-wildlife/wildlife-guides/bird-a-z/swallow/