Built / environment
Quorum Park has been carefully designed to attract and nurture wildlife.
A wildlife corridor runs though the centre of the park and 500 trees line the Avenue. There is a variety of flora and fauna on the park including, apple trees, birds, animals, insects and rabbits.
Quorum’s Wildlife Group meets regularly to carry out activities to attract nurture wildlife across the park. You’ll find them hard at work making bird boxes and bird feeders, clearing the stream and planting a nectar bed to feed the Quorum honey bees.
If you’d like to join our Quorum Wildlife Group, email email@example.com.
The Quorum Wildlife Group have sited bird boxes across the park and regularly fill up bird feed feeders.
There is also a dovecote located in front of Q9 to house collerd doves that often visit the park. A flock of ducks visit the park each spring and you can usually see them waddling about near the Q9 and Q15 buildings.
Other birds sighted at Quorum include Oyster Catches, Pied Wagtails and Scandinavian Wax Wings. If you spot any unusual species drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Quorum Business Park currently has seven bee hives within its grounds.
The bees are cared for by our resident beekeeper, Terry Hastings. Terry says
‘I am delighted that Quorum have asked me to look after bees here within the business park, I care passionately about promoting the importance of bees, and with 5000 staff onsite this is an opportunity to educate so many people.’
If you are interested in looking inside one of the bee hives contact email@example.com.
There are three Hedgehog Boxes based onsite at Quorum
These provide shelter and shade in the warmer months and warmth and protection in the cooler months
Laura Barber Events Manager at Quorum said,
‘We’re keen to promote animal welfare here at Quorum – even little things like the Hedgehog boxes all contribute to promoting our wildlife agenda and green space.’
Toads & Frogs
There are three Frog & Toad Homes based in locations along the sides of our letch area.
The Homes are made from fired ceramic so they can be left out all year. Frogs and Toads come out of hibernation early in the year and hibernate from October.
When hibernation season approaches the team at the hub will use natural resources to cover the homes and provide extra warmth and protection for any animal wanting to stay there for the duration. They contain a cooling area to help the Frogs & Toads keep cool and damp in the space.
If you’d like a frog and toad home for your garden, you can buy one here.
If you’d like a guide to spotting on-site wildlife, take a look at our map below.
We’ve even labelled the best spots for enjoying your lunch outdoors. If you see something that isn’t here, contact firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know.
That’s it, sloooow down.
Click to download a copy of this map here.