The Halesworth Town Park is particularly rich in wildlife, with kingfishers, barn owls, egrets and herons regularly sighted. Otters pass through and, despite the presence of introduced mink, the threatened water vole is managing to survive. The parkland trees provide habitat for great spotted woodpeckers, tree creepers, spotted flycatchers and tawny owls. Both the Suffolk Wildlife Trust and the Millennium Green Eco-team have carried out surveys in this area of ecological interest.
From centre clockwise – Kingfisher, Barn Owl, Water vole, Tawny Owl, Heron, Spotted flycatcher, Otter, Greater Spotted Woodpecker, Egret, Tree Creeper