Photographer's Note

Bute Park is an extensive area of mature parkland in the centre of Cardiff. Flanked by the River Taff, Sophia gardens, Pontcanna Fields and Cardiff Castle.
Due to its location at the historic core of Cardiff, Bute Park contains a wealth of historic interest dating back to Roman and medieval times. Today’s parkland appearance owes much to the landscape design carried out by the Bute Estate in the late Victorian era. In 1947, the Marquis of Bute presented the park to the Council.
The size of the park and its variety of habitats make Bute Park a haven for wildlife. It is possible to see a great variety of wildlife including Woodpecker’s, Kingfisher’s, Egret’s and Bat’s.

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