My husband and I visited this attraction today and enjoyed every minute! The prices in the review below from a couple of years ago (adults £7) are still correct. We arrived just after opening time (10.30am) which gave us enough time to wander through the woodland area with just two other visitors in the vicinity, before the scheduled presentations. We fed deer, saw some of the birds of prey (some were rather shy!), saw the scottish wild cats and also the free-roaming wallabies. The first presentation was about one of the Bengal owls at the sanctuary. The keeper was very knowledgeable and happy to answer questions and allow visitors to touch the bird. The bird was very calm and unconcerned by the attention. The first otter feeding time is 12:00 accompanied by a keeper presentation. The keeper was very interesting and passionate about the animals and their conservation. We finally dragged ourselves away only because we had to make the journey home! We highly recommend this place - with or without children. Make sure you are there for the presentations - they are definitely the best part.
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