Cotswold Wildlife Park, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
List of facts we found about Cotswold Wildlife Park
Cotswold Wildlife Park is set in 160 acres of parkland and gardens around a listed Victorian Manor House and has been open to the public since 1970.
Cotswold Wildlife Park is a member of EAZA (the European Association of Zoos and Aquaria). We share and exchange animals with other collections to further breeding programmes of conservation importance. Your visit helps to support this work.
A visit to the Cotswold Wildlife Park can now be even more worthwhile. By adopting an animal, you can provide a helpful contribution towards the costs of keeping and feeding the animals and supporting our conservation breeding programmes...
As of October 2006, Cotswold Wildlife Park holds 40 species which are part of either an ESB (European Studbook) or EEP (European Endangered Species Programme). It is the studbook holder for the red-crested turaco and Mount Omei babbler.
* Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens Photos on Flickr Read All (4) Travel Articles * The best of the Cotswolds for children Lambs gambolling on soft green hills, smoke rising from the
Cotswold Wildlife Park Press Releases (pdf's open in new window) - Baby fever hits Cotswold Wildlife Park All creatures great and small to feature in tv documentary Ruby Wax opens Madagascar Exhibit Critically endangered Bactrian Camel born
Cotswold Wildlife Park features regularly in many publications, below are a few of our recent appearances in the media, to read the full article click on the thumbnail image and the full article will open in a new window (note you must have pop-ups enabled).
Cotswold Wildlife Park and GardensCotswold Wildlife Park is set in 160 acres of parkland and gardens and is open every day (except xmas day) from 10am. www.cotswoldwildlifepark.co.
Katherine Harris-Masters Visited Cotswold Wildlife Park this week and had a fantastic time.
Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens Hello Natalie, glad you had an enjoyable visit, if you visit our website we have a photo of the month competition with an email address to send photos to, it would be great to see your pictures, you can also upload them to the fan photos
Animal Encounters at Cotswold Wildlife ParkChoose from a variety of different animal encounters which will give you the chance to learn more about our Keeper's work; gain a little hands-on experience and help to feed and care for the animals at the Park...
Cotswold Wildlife Park is one of the finest visitor attractions in the Cotswolds. Set in 160 acres of Oxfordshire countryside, the Cotswold Wildlife Park near Burford exhibits around 260 species of animals that call the landscaped parkland and gardens home.
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August 2005 - Cotswold Wildlife Park has been nominated as one of the most dog-friendly places to visit in the country. The Cotswold Wildlife Park has been shortlisted for the award, run by Winalot. The winner will be chosen in September.
Cotswold Wildlife Park is the 160 acres parkland home in Oxfordshire to a collection of the world mammals, birds, reptiles and invertebrates.
Cotswold Wildlife Park is home to a fascinating and varied collection of mammals, birds, reptiles and invertebrates from all over the world and aspires to show animals to people - so that they can come to understand and respect all forms of wildlife; to understand
The Cotswold Wildlife Park was created in 1970 by John Heyworth and now covers 160 acres of the original 3000 acre Bradwell grove estate.
Cotswold Wildlife Park News Archive for all reports. Birth: May 2009 This spring's births so far include: 4 baby Slender-Tailed Meerkats; 3 baby Otters; twin baby Ring-Tailed Lemurs; a baby Yellow Mongoose; 10 baby Striped Skunks; and several White Stork chicks.
Cotswold Wildlife Park is set amidst 160 acres of spectacular parkland in the beautiful Cotswold countryside. At the heart of the park is the listed Gothic-style Manor House, built in 1804 to replace the previous Jacobean residence.
The Cotswold Wildlife Park also features a selection of smaller mammals, including Wallabies, Red Pandas, Capybaras, Tapirs, Lar Gibbons, Siamangs, Spider and Squirrel Monkeys. There is also a group of Egyptian Fruit Bats.
Cotswold Wildlife Park is jam-packed with entertainment for all the family. Cotswold Wildlife Park is jam-packed with entertainment for all the family.
During your visit to the Cotswold Wildlife Park you can see Asiatic Lions, Chapman's Zebra, White Rhinoceros, Emu and the recently introduced Wolves.
THE DAY I WENT TO THE COTSWOLD WILDLIFE PARK TURNED OUT TO BE GREY, MISTY AND RAINING (POOR LIGHT NOT GOOD FOR PHOTOGRAPHY) AS SHOWS IN SOME OF THE PHOTOS. BUT NEVER MIND THATS BRITISH WEATHER FOR YOU.
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