Wiltshire is famous for the Great Bustard – a bird recently reintroduced to Salisbury Plain.
There are plenty of opportunities to see wildlife, whether in a forest, nature reserve or town park but you can also visit Wiltshire’s animal parks.
In spring you can see lovely carpets of bluebells if you know where to look.
Longleat Safari Park and country house has a large range of animals and the opportunity to have close encounters with some of the park inhabitants
Part of the New Forest extends into Wiltshire at Landford and Nomansland
Savernake Forest can be found near Marlborough. It’s approximately 4,500 acres.