Winter at Arundel
As reed buntings and wrens burrow deeper into the reed-beds to fend off the chill of a British winter, many other birds fly in from even chillier places overseas. These usually include Bewick’s swans, bittern and water rail and, sometimes, in extreme weather, unusual or rare ‘vagrants’.
Arundel’s lakes, reed beds, channels and waterfalls can support a rich array of British wildlife favourites as well as a large and varied collection of international wildfowl.Find out more
Find out which species have made an appearance with our latest sightings, updated regularly by staff and volunteers.Find out more
As the seasons change, so do the wild visitors. Find out what to see when with our Wildlife Guide.Find out more
Our viewing areas are specially placed to showcase the richest of our wildlife. Some can be intentionally hard to spot, attracting our shyest species, so be sure to visit them all.Find out more