Nest box walkway

Leading wildlife specialist CJ Wildlife has spent time with Shropshire Wildlife Trust creating a nest box walkway at The Cut Visitor Centre in Shrewsbury’s Abbey Foregate.

The aim of the project is to create better awareness of the diversity of wildlife in our gardens and how to care for them with habitats specific to their needs.

Now that the habitats have been grouped into their individual display sections, visitors can see the types of wildlife they can attract. Staff, volunteers and visitors, especially the children, are all loving the display. As new designs are produced, the display can develop with them.

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