Cotswold Wildlife Park is one of the largest zoological collections in the UK, with over 1,500 animals from 250 different species, set in 160 acres of beautiful parkland with plenty of space to enjoy nature.
As well as being an attraction loved and appreciated by millions of visitors since it officially opened in 1970, Cotswold Wildlife Park is heavily involved with a number of conservation programmes.
These include the White Stork Project (a pioneering scheme which aims to restore wild Stork populations to Britain) plus a number of conservation events throughout the year, including World Binturong Day and Lemur Week, both in May.
Then throughout August, the Park hosts Rhino Month to raise awareness and funds for Rhino conservation work in Africa. During Rhino Month, Cotswold Wildlife Park will be highlighting the plight of Rhinos in the wild and why conservation work is vital for their future.