Zoo's wildlife etc in Nottinghamshire
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Zoos & Wildlife Centres in Nottinghamshire

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Nottinghamshire Zoos and Wildlife Parks, Birdwatching, Rescue Centres

 
blank tabWETLANDS ANIMAL PARKZoos & Wildlife Centres
Lound Low Rd, Sutton-cum-Lound, Retford, Nottinghamshire, DN22 8PN
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Here at Wetlands Animal Park we offer people of all ages the chance to learn about exotic and domestic animals. Here you have the chance to see, hear, smell, touch and even feed most of our collection. You can see at close quarters animals such as the cheeky Monkeys and elegant Deer, the lovable Wallabies and the Meerkat families to name but a few. Set in 32 acres of lakes and mature woodland also offers an on-site cafeteria, gift shop, play area and bird hides as well as extensive fishing facilities. Wetlands Animal Park and Waterfowl Reserve set in the north Nottinghamshire countryside about 5 miles from Retford is a great day out for all the family.
Tel: 01777 818099
E-mail: info@wetlandsanimalpark.co.uk
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Besthorpe Nature Reserve

Besthorpe, Nottinghamshire
Tel: 0115 9588242    E-mail: info@nottswt.co.uk

One of the Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust's newest and largest nature reserves, with areas of open water, reed bed and important grassland. Ideal habitat for a wide range of birds including sedge warbler, whitethroat and willow warbler, wild plants such as orchids and other wildlife such as great crested newts.

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Dukes Wood Nature Reserve

Eakring, Notts
Tel: 0115 9588242    E-mail: info@nottswt.co.uk

20-acre woodland, a haven for wildlife with a fascinating industrial heritage. Location of the UK's first onshore oilfield, producing 280,000 tons of oil between 1939 and 1966. Some of the "nodding donkeys" have been restored and are sited around the wood adjacent to the nature trail. Wood is dominated by oak, ash and hazel and provides ideal habit for birds such as blackcap, great spotted woodpecker and jay. Wild flowers in the wood include primrose, violet, bluebell, wood anemone and wood sorrel.

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