St Julians Park
St Julian’s Park has mixed deciduous woodland and mown grassland with a number of springs with a rich bryophyte flora.
There is an abundance of fungi all over the woodland, such as Fly agaric, Bracket fungus and Jelly ear fungus.
A variety of birds includes the common Blackbird and the Green Woodpecker.
The wonderful array of butterflies includes the Peacock butterfly (Inachis io) and the Purple hairstreak (Neozephyrus quercus), which was recorded this year at the Bioblitz event.
Download a species list for St Julian’s Park, 1984-2003 (pdf) and a species list for St Julian’s Park, 2013 (pdf)
Read more about the birds, butterflies and plants you may see in St Julian’s Park.
Voles, moles and bats can be found on the site along with lizards and slow worms.
The grass areas and paths are used regularly for recreational purposes by budding botanists and ramblers.
An outdoor pack has been put together for you to use with your children, so that you can explore the site to see what you can find.
Any records of species are greatly appreciated – please let us know what you find to help build a better profile of the biodiversity on the site.
Read more about…
- Bryophyte on the Plant List website
- Fungi on the British Mycological Society website
- Birds on the RSPB website
- Butterflies on the Butterfly Conservation website
- Bats on the Bat Conservation Trust website
- Lizards and slow worms on the British Herpetological Society website