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Birdworld Holt Pound Nr. Farnham Surrey GU10 4LD

Nestling within the Alice Holt Forest, Birdworld is one of the largest bird parks in the country. There are 26 acres to explore so make sure you allow plenty of time to see and experience everything we have to offer. From the massive marabou stork to tiny sunbirds, penguins, owls, parrots, paterfowl and many other colourful species, we really do have amazing birds from all around the world.
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Cockatoo Conservation at Birdworld 20th Mar 2018 Birdworld completes new homes for citron and yellow-crested cockatoos
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Big Bug Bonanza 2017 12th Dec 2017 Big Bug Bonanza (BB) is a bi annual campaign organized by the Terrestrial Invertebrate Working Group (TIWG). In 2017 BBB ran from the 6th to the 13th…
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Young owls flourish at new Terry Pratchett Owl Parliament 1st Sep 2017 This spring, Birdworld in collaboration with the World Owl Trust (WOT) launched its brand-new exhibit, the Terry Pratchett Owl Parliament. The impressive new exhibition houses nine species of fascinating owls that are flourishing in their new mystical surroundings.
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Big Bug Bonanza celebrations at Birdworld 23rd Aug 2017 Last week, Birdworld celebrated Minibeast Safari Week at the 26-acre park. This is a national initiative also known as the Big Bug Bonanza which is run by BIAZA to raise awareness of the importance of invertebrate life in ecosystems.
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What a hoot! Birdworld celebrates the opening of its Terry Pratchett Owl Parliament 25th Jul 2017 In the spring, Birdworld has launched its brand new exhibit, the Terry Pratchett Owl Parliament.
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Greater flamingo chicks hatch for the first time at Birdworld 25th Jul 2017 The keeping team at Birdworld are delighted to announce that the park’s flamboyance of greater flamingos has successfully hatched chicks for the first time in the park’s history.
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Great bustard chicks aid reintroduction project 6th Jun 2017 The bird keeping team at Birdworld are delighted to announce another successful year of helping to hatch a number of vulnerable Great Bustard Chicks at…