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Some of the animals you can see: Walk-through Red Squirrel Enclosure: The growing colony of red squirrels sees babies, called kits, born each year.
Read More Foxes: Two fox families live in their own enclosures and when they are not in the dens they dug for themselves they will come out to see visitors.
There are over 40 native species at the centre and the animals are housed in large enclosures landscaped to reflect natural habitats.You can set up your app to see all the latest news and events from your area, plus receive push notifications for breaking news.But the British Wildlife Centre.The Centre offers so much to see and provides excellent opportunities for wildlife photography.Stoats and weasels are rarely seen in the wild but you can see them at the centre.Read More, family days out - all you need to know for 2018.Scottish wildcats: Found in remote parts of Scotland these are larger and fiercer than the domestic cat, with distinctive markings, short dense fur and a thick bushy tail.Deer Park: An adorable red deer calf basks in the sun (Image: Matt Binstead/BWC).Essential Carers (carer ID required fREE, groups: Groups of 15 or more receive a 10 discount.You should see most of them when you visit, but of course dont be disappointed if you dont wildlife is unpredictable after all.Buzzards live in the area too.
They usually emerge later in the afternoon in The Copse to eat.
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Another new animal this year: The centre is hoping to display ravens later this season.Keeper talks and owl flying displays: You watch the long-eared owl put on a display of skill (Image: Matt Binstead/BWC) These take place every half an hour throughout the day the centre is open to the public, focusing on a different animal at each talk.Ravens are the largest member of the crow family with a wingspan of up to 150cm (nearly 5ft).It was opened by Chris Packham in March 2012.School Holidays 10:00 - 17:00, closed 24th - 26th December, general Admission.Half hourly keeper talks give you the chance to learn more about these animals, while seeing them even closer.Wheelchair users may need a pusher on some ramps or inclines, but there are no steps and there are alternative routes to most areas.An unforgettable day out neednt break the bank, and weve plenty of affordable vouchers for under.
Nocturnal House: This enclosure is home to rarely seen native night species.