THE BRITISH WILDLIFE CENTRE
In the heart of East Surrey countryside and home to the finest collection of native wildlife in Britain is The British Wildlife Centre. With over 40 different native species, from tiny harvest mice to magnificent red deer.
As well as providing their visitors with an enjoyable experience observing and learning about British wildlife, they strive to make a positive contribution to conservation.
They aim to Inspire and empower people from all backgrounds to participate in wildlife conservation activities and help influence other individuals and organisations to embrace wildlife conservation objectives.
Animal welfare is the British Wildlife Centre's top priority and, unlike some traditional zoos or farm parks, the animal residents are never forced out on display.
As the animals are wild species, they wish them to live and behave as naturally as possible, so no touching or feeding is permitted.
They hold half hourly keeper talks which are the best way to see our animals at close quarters. With patience you can observe the animals out and about in their enclosures playing, relaxing or eating.
The Centre is rustic in style but accessible, with smooth paths throughout for easy navigation.You can stay the whole day, but it’s recommended that you stay for at least three hours to get the most from your visit.
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