Manx Loagthan sheep are now seen grazing the land on the north coast near Sorel Point where, by maintaining a short grass sward, biodiversity can be ensured for the future. Thanks to the sheeps’ caretaking abilities the Red Billed Chough, which was once extinct in Jersey, has now been reintroduced and is once again flourishing in the wild.
The park is specifically and directly recognised as an integral part of the Island Plan and therefore paramount in ensuring and adhering to strict guidelines in all planning applications within the park’s boundaries.
With an ever increasing population, the changes to our coast and countryside might be deemed as inevitable. However, providing that the ethos of the JNP remains both politically and publicly supported, the future potential for the park – and all its various inhabitants - can be assured.