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UK Wolf Conservation Trust, Beenham
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  • So excited to visit the wolf sanctuary, only open to the public on Wednesdays, easy to spend a whole day here. Took a picnic inside where there's lots of benches and tables to sit down. Nice gift shop...  more »
  • This was a day visit to see our recently adopted wolf Nuka. They only open on Wednesdays to the public other than the bookable experiences. It is basically several large enclosures with several wolves...  more »
  • My wife received the Wolf walk experience as a birthday present. We booked the visit and were pleasantly surprised. All of the staff here are incredibly knowledgeable and passionate about the wolf's t...  more »
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  • Great family day at the wolf conservation. Owen 's animals was an extra there today but the wolves were the main attraction. They have lovely big enclosures and the staff were great offering information and made sure everyone was well informed of where to get best pictures and when feeding times took place. We took a picnic and the kids had a throughly great time. Gift shop was lovely and not over priced :)
  • Beautiful animals and well worth it all for £8! You get a little booklet on wolf information as well, which was nice and useful. You even get to see and pet some of the non wolf animals such as an enormous rabbit, a few reptiles and creepy crawlies and a tortoise roaming free in the grass, oh and not forgetting the two goats! Loved the "photo holes" in the fence; not many places would let you do that so it was a privilege to get that opportunity! Was great to get so much advice and info on all the wolves from the helpful volunteers too! I will definitely adopt Nuka and return again soon! The best part was watching them throw meaty ice cubes over the enclosure because the wolves were being very playful and it was about 28º today! I was a bit disappointed with feeding time because we were waiting longer then we should have (waited about 1.15 as they said to wait at 1.30 and we wanted to make sure we had a decent spot when feeding time was 2) but was a bit later and when it was, they only threw some deer's legs over and the wolves took it away to eat so wasn't as exciting as I thought. My only other downside was there wasn't any water available to buy on site as it was so hot today! So we only got a can of Cola from the little cantine there. There is a few pubs about but because we lived so far away (2 hour drive from Kidderminster, Worcestershire), we didn't have time to go there. The gift shop also had lots of lovely things, being a huge Lisa Parker fan too, they had lots of her stuff for sale! The area is also really pretty!
  • Amazing charity and was an amazing day, we got to see all of the wolves. Watch them feed and even got to go on a walk with one if them! Would highly recommend for all ages with drinks and light snacks available.
  • Great staff looking after these fabulous animals
  • 10 wolves, and a whole host of volunteer staff who are really passionate about what they do, and communicating that work and their love of the wolves in their care, but without overdoing it. Highly recommended.