Sunday, 8 July 2007

Wildwood Trust

The Wildwood trust is a wildlife park in Kent with one difference - it only has animals found in Britain (with a few extra that used to be here - lynx, wolf etc) and its fantastic if like me you've been frustrated trying to see our native animals (and photographing them!) with no luck. I had loads of firsts the day I visited and got a few nice shots to boot:

Artic fox

Bullfrog

Adder

Black Rat

Badger

Common Crane

Common Lizard

Coypu

Eagle Owl

European pond Turtle

Egret

Green Lizard

Havest Mouse

Lynx

Night Heron

Otter

Pine Marten

Polecat

Red Squirrel

Roe Deer

Stoat

Spoonbill

Fox

Tawney Owl

2 comments:

Alex said...

Some great photos there, is Wildwood the only type of reserve of this kind or are there more around the country?

Neil said...

I think there a few round the country. Theres definately one called the 'British wildlife centre' in Surrey. Thanks for you nice comments and leaving commenents in the first place!