We were so excited to learn about the new LEGO Wildlife Garden that just opened in the UK that we had to share. Built at Legoland Windsor to mark the first anniversary of the RSPB's Giving Nature a Home campaign, the garden aims to inspire people to build homes for wildlife in their own outdoor spaces. Built entirely from the famous Danish blocks, the wonderful design includes a frog house, a bat box, a birdbath and a series of homes for hedgehogs.
Legoland Windsor’s new Wildlife Garden has six unique habitats featuring local wildlife and their homes. A wonderful way to raise awareness, the garden was designed as a call on the British public to make a place for wildlife in their own outdoor spaces. One of the animals in the newly opened garden is a spiky hedgehog pictured just outside its LEGO home.
Another adorable creature is a big-eyed frog that seems to be jumping on a rock near its leafy home. Placed on a tree, a LEGO bat box shelters tiny LEGO bats. And last but not least is an adorable tiny sparrow in a birdbath, which is being watched by a fairy, that offers another example of shelters we can provide for the beautiful creatures living around us.
Photos by Mikael Buck