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

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Wiltshire Zoos and Wildlife Parks, Birdwatching, Rescue Centres

blank tabBUSH FARM BISON CENTREZoos & Wildlife Parks
West Knoyle, Wiltshire, BA12 6AE

A working farm in a beautiful valley in South Wiltshire offering that rare experience of seeing an unusual variety of animals including Bison, Elk, Guanaco, Rhea, Raccoons, and traditional farm animals. Enjoy the woodland gardens set in 30-acres of old oak & bluebell woods. The Display Room shows the history of the Bison & Plains Indians. Shop for gifts and take home a taste of healthy, naturally reared Bison/Elk. Light meals & refreshments available. Picnic lawns, playground & campsites. Bush Farm hosts the UK's largest annual Traditional Native American Pow Wow and Bush Craft Wilderness Skills Gathering Camp. NO DOGS.
Tel: 01747 830263
E-mail: info@bisonfarm.co.uk
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Arn Hill Nature Reserve

Warminster, Wiltshire     Tel: 01985 218548

Around a mile from the centre of Warminster and at 694 feet, Arn Hill is one of the many hills that form the fringe of Salisbury Plain. The Reserve's Nature Trail is a 2 mile circular walk. The chalkland flora, which includes orchids, attracts many insects and butterflies, while the woods are a haven for several species of birds.

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Warminster, Wiltshire, BA12 7NW
Tel: 01985 844400    Fax: 01985 844885     E-mail: events@longleat.co.uk

 Longleat is a wonderland of attractions just waiting to be explored! Experience incredibly close encounters with the world's most magnificent animals including lions, tigers and giraffes in the UK's original Safari Park.

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Shearwater Lake

Warminster, Wiltshire

Surrounded by 38 acres of magnificent woodland, Shearwater Lake is one of the finest waterways in West Wiltshire. The lake, which is part of the Longleat Estate was designed in 1791 by Francis Drake of Bridgwater. It is known for its fishing and sailing. A 20 mile long cycle route through the Wylye valley to Salisbury begins here.

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Smallbrook Meadows Nature Reserve

Warminster, Wiltshire     Tel: 01985 218548

A delightful nature reserve situated at the end of Warminster Lake Pleasure Gardens consisting of water meadows and woodland. Its location, next to the River Were attracts an array of rarely seen wild flowers and wildlife. The variety of habitats makes the reserve a special place worth visiting throughout the year. A nature trail guide is available.

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