Our conservation projects extend from the reintroduction of desert antelopes in the Sahara through to community based projects in Northern Kenya and habitat restoration in the south of England.
We engage with over 40,000 children and young people through our conservation educational programmes, and welcome over 500,000 visitors each year to our 140 acre zoo. In every contact we seek to encourage understanding, and inspire care for the natural world.
If you share our passion for the natural world please help.
Alternatively you could make a cheque payable to Marwell Wildlife and send it to:
Fundraising at Marwell Wildlife
Every penny adds up and so does our gratitude so thank you for your loyal support – Marwell simply couldn’t do what we do without you!
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All went well as it was such a beautiful day. I cant think of anything that would have improved our day. The admission process was straightforward, we were all in within minutes, the staff were kind and helpful. We would visit again any time and would recTwyford School, 22nd April 2015