Wild Place Project

Local nameWild Place Project
LocationEngland, UK

Wild Place Project is a wildlife conservation park in South Gloucestershire, United Kingdom. It is run by the Bristol Zoological Society and is the sister site of Bristol Zoo.

The Park has been designed to link specific ecosystems and conservation programmes across the world, and was originally intended to be split into biomes, representing species found only in specific habitats. Current areas include: Secret Congo, British Ancient woodland, Edge of Africa and Madagascar.

The species list currently includes okapi, red river hog, cheetah, zebra, common eland, gelada baboon, Kirk's dik-dik, giraffe, wolverine, eurasian lynx, grey wolf and brown bear.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wild_Place_Project

Official website http://www.wildplace.org.uk/

Twitter https://twitter.com/wild_place

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/wildplacebristol

Email info@wildplace.org.uk

Phone +44 117 980 7175

Address Black Horse Hill, Bristol BS10 7TP, UK

Coordinates 51°31'50.578" N -2°36'44.59" E

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