Depending when you visit, there should be a varied selection of wildlife sharing the facilities.
The young rams are pedigree Berrichon Sheep, used for breeding and showing at local shows. The ewes are Texels - their lambs were born late April.
Our domesticated ducks
There are some very friendly Indian Runners and some very fat Pecan Ducks - if you chose to, please feed sparingly.
There is a female living in the corner of the field, often seen grazing the paddocks or drinking from the pond at dusk
Far shyer than the Muntjac, but often seen as a pair or more coming from the woods to graze.
Kingfishers, Herons, Little Egrets, Greylag Geese, Swans and Little Grebe all visit the pond at varying times - Moorhens are laying, with chicks expected around early June. Barn Owl, Sparrow Hawk, Green and Spotted Woodpeckers can be seen over the paddock, and the Buzzards soar over the woods. A pair of cormorants seemed to have chosen to visit frequently, clearing out the fish stocks!