Zoo And Wildlife Parks in Guildford
Surrey is England's most wooded county, with woodland covering over a fifth of the county! Many woods are rich in wildlife and make a great place to visit. Some have been part of the landscape for centuries and are designated ancient woodland. Enjoy a perfect day out for families with children, whether you are on holiday, enjoying a weekend break or simply having a day out with the kids in Guildford district of Surrey.
Wonderful wildlife, breathtaking views and top picnic spots are just some of the gems on offer at the county’s countryside sites. Guildford has many places to visit where you can experience local wildlife and get up close to the natural environment. Get eye-to-eye with Giraffe, Walk with lemurs or watch rhinos graze on the Manor House lawns.
The range of habitats encourage a diverse mixture of wildlife, including roe deer, badgers and foxes in the woodland, together with all three British woodpeckers (green, great spotted and the much smaller lesser spotted).
Birdworld is one of England’s largest bird parks. Covering 26 acres (11 ha), it is located south west of the town of Farnham, Surrey and close to the village of Rowledge. Birdworld includes an Underwater World (an aquarium) and Jenny Wren children's farm. It is part of the parent company Denys. E. Head, which also owns the nearby Forest Lodge garden centre and Garden Style, a wholesale plant seller.
Feel the llama llove at one of Surrey's more unusual attractions. The South American pack animals will guide you through the scenic Surrey Hills, encouraging even the most reluctant of young walkers. Llamas are wonderful animals, each with their own individual character and personality. They have an incredibly calming and therapeutic influence and make the ideal companion for trekking. Imagine having your very own llama for a day walking in the outstanding natural beauty of the Surrey Hills, with it's unique flora, fauna and history.