Bouskell Park, Blaby

Wildlife Highlights

The park is good for fungi in Autumn.

Wild places

Total species seen at this site: 37

Description

Bouskell Park is an attractive area of parkland set on the remains of a medieval village. It is an old Victorian parkland with a pond, grassland and woodland

Latest records

Common Name Latin Name Date Recorded Recorded By
HedgehogErinaceus europaeus30/05/2017Deb Hulbert
MoorhenGallinula chloropus30/05/2017Deb Hulbert
Red-legged PartridgeAlectoris rufa30/05/2017Deb Hulbert
Hybrid PrimrosePrimula x pruhonicensis26/04/2017Craig Mabbett
Green AlkanetPentaglottis sempervirens26/04/2017Craig Mabbett
RamsonsAllium ursinum26/04/2017Craig Mabbett
MallardAnas platyrhynchos26/04/2017Craig Mabbett
CowslipPrimula veris26/04/2017Craig Mabbett
MoleTalpa europaea26/04/2017Craig Mabbett
Bird CherryPrunus padus26/04/2017Craig Mabbett
RabbitOryctolagus cuniculus26/04/2017Craig Mabbett
Garlic MustardAlliaria petiolata26/04/2017Craig Mabbett
Wood AnemoneAnemone nemorosa26/04/2017Craig Mabbett
Lords-and-LadiesArum maculatum26/04/2017Craig Mabbett
Mistle ThrushTurdus viscivorus26/04/2017Craig Mabbett
Getting There

Bouskell Park is on Welford Road in Blaby. A small car park is present.