The fun thing with most British wildlife is it is nocturnal so ergo not terribly active during the day when us mere mortals would like to see it running about.
Even so this is a really interesting venue. On balance I'd go in either Spring or Autumn when the animals are the most likely to be active.
Aimed at children there is not a great deal for adults in that the info is all for children learning about wildlife so not much info about the breeding and reintroduction programmes that are happening.
I find it a bit odd that other reviewers mention the walk between enclosures. I'm glad they are long (ish). If they weren't what kind of tiny enclosures would these animals have??
So, quite good fun but be prepared for many of the animals to be asleep if it is a bit hot.
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