You get more than you may think at this wild life park - fallow deer, joeys, otters, peacocks, owls birds and so much more. Parking is free stony with unfortunately potholes! Entry is easy but alas no discount for students but there is for OAP's. The cafe can be used by non payers too and it is ok for a snack with wooden benches which are kept clean. Wear good shoes which may get muddy! There are talks a few times during the day about the otters (some smell) and a display of owls and birds but the best animal in my opinion are the fallow deer. Buy a bag of deer food or bird food (donation of 50p or more) and hand feed the deer - a remarkable experience if you can feed them without them taking the bag and feeding themselves - they are beautiful and so well looked after. Then onwards to the Joeys and their babies in pouches. The wild cats are trying to mate so you may see a baby wild cat when you go. The peacocks are so colourful and the birds whistle and call so you can't miss them out. The staff wearing green tops are friendly and knowledgable about all the animals. A sink to wash your hands is available but I suggest you take alcoholic hand sanitising hand gel.
Toilets separate around the corner - need to be kept cleaner.
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