Our Wildlife at Silverlake

Diverse species in Dorset

Dorset is one of the best bird spotting locations in the UK and Silverlake is no exception. The Silverlake Estate has a rich habitat made up of lakes, heathland, wetlands, woodlands and mire that is home to around 150 bird species throughout the year. Many of these beautiful birds are Red and Amber listed species of conservation concern, including Woodlark, Nightjar, Peregrine falcon and Marsh harrier. The Estate also hosts a vast range of invertebrates (including Red data book invertebrates) 62 species of bee and wasp and at least 300 species of moth.

Home to five of Dorset's native reptiles

Live the Wild Life

Whatever the weather

If you are lucky, you may spot otters, Sika deer, Silver-studded blue butterflies and a wide range of bats from the comfort of your Dorset holiday home. Each month presents new opportunities to get acquainted with the wildlife on site - see our conservation calendar to find out more about the diverse species at Silverlake, Dorset.

The Natural World

Walks and talks

We regularly run ecology events for our homeowners and guests, working with conservationist Lucy Lapwing. Keep an eye on our social media for details of our Dorset nature events, including dawn chorus sessions,
bug hunts and bat walks.