Cotswold Wildlife Park
Opened in 1970, the Park is now one of the UK's largest zoological collections and most exciting gardens. It is renowned for its bird collection with more than 90 species ranging in size to the largest bird of all, the Ostrich. It was the first zoo to breed the Great hornbill and has had many other notable successes over the years with Black storks and Penguins among many others.
The Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens near Burford in Oxfordshire, is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year and continues to inspire future generations.