A pair of rarely seen jays have been spotted by one of our residents here at Red Deer Village!
A Red Deer Village resident has reported a pair of jays that have began feeding in their back garden. Jays have mostly been driven out of Scotland, with sightings being very scarce. So it’s fantastic to see a pair has come to Red Deer Village and Holiday Park! We’d love it if you can take a picture and email it to us!
Red Deer Village is always looking for new pictures and updates on biodiversity at the park. Additionally, they are always searching for new ways to improve their conservation efforts in accordance with the BH&HPA David Bellamy Awards Scheme. (British Holiday & Home Parks Association). Renowned TV botanist David Bellamy set up the Conservation Scheme. He works closely with the parks industry to ensure nature conservation excellence and awareness.
The park has won numerous silver awards, and retained a Gold Award for the last 2 years. The award recognises its landscaping, gardens, habitats, recycling and energy efficiency. They have also received special recognition for their hedgerows. And, they are officially recognised as a Honey Bee Friendly Park.
Red Deer Village Holiday Park is located in Stepps, Glasgow. The holiday park has motorhome, camper van and tent pitches available. Additionally, there is self-catering accommodation available for rental for both holidaymakers and contractors in the Glasgow area. Located in a secure and gated environment with CCTV entrance, the park also incorporates a local nature reserve. Furthermore, the park has 2 ponds, which have seen toads, newts and goldfish. The park has also seen fox and deer wandering around, as well as a variety of insects such as butterflies, caterpillars and bees.