Secret World Badger Reserve Centre Zoos

Secret World Badger Reserve Centre
New Road
East Huntspill
Somerset
TA9 9PZ

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Secret World Wildlife Rescue specialises in the rescue, rehabilitation and eventual release of orphaned and injured wild creatures. It is run entirely on donations and runs the only 24 hours wildlife rescue service in the South West of England.

In each year approximately 3,000 wild animals are cared for by Secret World Wildlife Rescue. Together with a dedicated team of staff and volunteers, we continue to care for all manner of creatures, from the tiniest harvest mice and bats to badgers, swans, foxes, deer and of course otters.

At Secret World there is trained staff and volunteers on hand 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. They assist with the everyday needs of orphaned and casualty wildlife that is brought into Secret World.

We believe that every living creature deserves to be given the best possible chance of survival. There are lots of considerations when dealing with injured wildlife, stress and long term viability being the main factors, but if veterinary attention will make the difference, then treatment is given, regardless of the expense.

There will be wildlife first aid courses held at Secret World throughout the year. If you wish to book for any of the courses in 2006 please contact us on 01278 783250 or email enquiries@secretworld.org

Our Open Weekends offer you the opportunity to come and meet the staff and animals at Secret World and to get a close up look at the work we do.

Open from 10am to 4pm, there is no admission charge but ask for donations to the charity.


Attraction Details

VenueSecret World Badger Reserve Centre
AddressNew Road, East Huntspill, Somerset, TA9 9PZ
Opening times10am - 6pm
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Attraction typeZoos

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