Kids day out in Curraghs Wildlife Park

Tagged as outdoor, zoo

Kirk Michael
Isle of Man

About Curraghs Wildlife Park

working to help save the world's wetland wildlife

Constructed at the edge of the Ballaugh Curraghs, the Wildlife Park is a haven for all sorts of wetland wildlife (curragh is a Manx word for the wet, boggy willow woodland typical of the area and which you can see in more detail along our unique nature trail). We specialise in wetland species, nearly 100 altogether, many of them endangered in the wild.

Our animals are usually displayed together, with wildlife from the same country in the same area. Most of the enclosures are walk-through, giving you uninterrupted views of the animals - just as you might see them in the wild. The enclosures belong to the animals so, please, do stick to the paths and don't try to pet or feed the animals.
Just as the Wildlife Park is slightly different so is our Website. We hope you find it entertaining and informative. If you have any comments on our web site we would like to hear from you. Please use the Contacts link and go to Web Site Feedback to rate our site. Don't forget to tick the Wildlife Park as the Agency to contact. The Contacts page also gives our phone number, email address and a general contact form.

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