Feadon Wildlife Centre

Amazing Wildlife Activities

Polite notice: we have recently applied for a new zoo licence, therefore the farm is closed apart from the below bookable experiences which you can enjoy in the meantime.

One of our many residents enjoying life at the centre

‘Small Visitor Attraction of the Year’ Silver Award

Feadon Wildlife Centre was awarded in the Cornwall Tourism Awards taking home SILVER for ‘Small Visitor Attraction of the Year’ 2020/2021.

We are proud to receive this award for all our of our hard work with everything from rescuing and rehabilitating local wildlife through to running our educational activities where members of the public can meet our residents while learning more about wildlife conservation from our amazing team of wildlife rangers.

Well done to everyone at Feadon for winning the silver from our rangers to our volunteers – great work!

About Us

A bit about us… we’re a non-profit business supported by Gwel an Mor. Any income we receive from visitors contributes towards the upkeep of the animals we look after; most of which have been rescued or brought to us injured.

Where possible we try and release rescued animals back into their wild environment, and when we can’t, we try and find new homes for them or often provide this ourselves. We also work with various breeding programmes for British wildlife that needs a helping hand including hedgehogs, water voles, and harvest mice.

Feadon Wildlife Centre is something no other holiday resort in the country offers and gives you the chance to get a little bit wild. Come and meet our resident wildlife and learn about how amazing these animals are.

On our activities you will get the chance to do things like stroke our reindeer, take a night time walk with us and using thermal imaging we see what animals are out and about in the dark or learn the art of falconry and fly our birds of prey, plus a whole lot more…

We do a lot of conservation work at the farm, including breeding and releasing programmes of our more vulnerable wildlife including harvest mice. All of our foxes have been rescued from various unfortunate situations, plus many of our birds of prey and mammals.

Polite notice: we have recently applied for a new zoo licence, therefore the farm is not available to visit.  While we wait for the licence to be granted, we are offering five new activities for you to enjoy, which you can discover on this page.  All activities are bookable online.  

Fire & Den Building

Taught by our expert Bushcraft instructor, you will work together to find materials and build a sturdy shelter which will keep the rain out too. You can also scout out the area and work together foraging materials to build your own fire.  Enjoy the thrill of mastering the art of fire lighting, fire care and fire safety. Charges may apply.

  • Age 8+
  • Restrictions: Under 12s accompanied by an adult
  • Duration: 90 minutes

Nature Adventure Walks

Nature has provided you with a range of foods from the woods and hedgerows.  We can show you what to eat and what to avoid.

  • Restrictions: Children must be accompanied by a paying adult on nature walks
  • Duration: 90 minutes

Meet the animals

This warming experience gives you the chance to meet and greet some of our friendly farm residents. Our reindeer welcome lots of attention, and you’ll soon become best friends with our goats (mainly because you’ll have their lunch).

We have many other animals here waiting for you to come meet them and give them a stroke.

  • Duration: 60 minutes

Falconry Encounter*

Come and spend some time with us meeting a variety of our incredible birds of prey. First you will learn about how we train these beautiful animals and then you’ll enjoy an explanation about the equipment we use. Finally, you will have the chance to fly the birds yourself to see them in action.

  • Restrictions: Recommended age 8+
  • Duration: 60 minutes

*PLEASE NOTE: DEFRA and APHA have introduced restrictions for all birds due to bird flu.  This activity is temporarily unavailable until the restrictions are lifted.  We apologise for any inconvenience.

Woodland Cooking

Embrace nature by going back to basics and cooking over a campfire.  Make damper bread and enjoy a few sweet treats.

  • Restrictions: Under 12s accompanied by an adult
  • Duration: 60 minutes

Margaret our European eagle owl showing off her in-flight grace

Photography Sessions

Some photographers visit as part of a photography class group, while others will come on their own or with family or friends to capture some unique photographs of our animals that you wouldn’t be able to get so close to in the wild. The fur on our foxes, the feathers on our owls and the scales on our snakes are wonderful to capture on film. Let us know what you want to do and we’ll create a bespoke package to suit you.

Please call to discuss: 01209 842354
Or email for more information – feadonfarm@gwelanmor.com

One of our rangers giving an educational talk about our residents to a group of children aged 5-9

School Sessions

We also welcome schools with children of all ages to come and visit the wildlife centre and learn about our resident animals. These experiences will be tailor-made to suit the age of the school children and we welcome everyone from home education students to primary, secondary and college students.

Polite notice: we have recently applied for a new zoo licence and while we wait for it to be granted, we are offering five new activities for you to enjoy, which you can discover on this page.  All activities are bookable online.

Please call to discuss: 01209 842354
Or email for more information – feadonfarm@gwelanmor.com

Our goats like to pose for the camera

Private Celebrations

Whether it’s someone’s birthday, an anniversary you want to celebrate or you simply want to join us with your friends or family, we welcome private bookings all year round.

  • Birthdays
  • Anniversaries
  • Schools
  • Clubs

Our private sessions are tailor-made to suit you, so we’ll include the animals you want to meet for the length of time that suits you from 30 minutes to 1.5 hours.

Polite notice: we have recently applied for a new zoo licence, therefore the farm is not available to visit.  While we wait for the licence to be granted, we are offering five new activities for you to enjoy, which you can discover on this page.  All activities are bookable online.  

Please call to discuss: 01209 842354
Or email for more information – feadonfarm@gwelanmor.com

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