Paradise Park

Wildlife Sanctuary • Cornwall

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Support Us

Paradise Park relies on your visits so we always do our best to make you welcome – hoping, of course, that you will come back again and again, and recommend us to your friends and family.

We are very grateful for your support. Here are some other ways you can help support the work of Paradise Park .

DONATIONS
If you would like to make a donation, for which we would be extremely grateful, the money will help care for pay for  enrichment items and treats for the birds and mammals.

Full details of all the support options available here > Donation page

SEASON TICKETS
If you visit Paradise Park very often, then our Season Tickets could be just what you need. They are valid for a year from the date you buy them, and if you like you can visit the Park every day including bank holidays – stay all day or just pop in for half an hour!

FUNDRAISING
Over the years our visitors have been incredibly generous and helped with our fundraising for special projects. Every year we select projects to help in this way. To find out more please click here

VOLUNTEERING
If you are interested in volunteering at Park please email us at info@paradisepark.org.uk

RED PANDA EXPERIENCE
Get close up to a Red Panda and know you are helping support the Park, plus a donation goes direct to to Red Panda Network, helping this Endangered species in the wild. Find out more here

AMAZON WISH LIST
One of the main jobs for our keepers is creating fun and interesting, interactive enrichment activities for the well-being of our birds and animals. This is where you can help ?. Click here for more info.

LOCAL BUSINESS SUPPORT
We would like to express our sincere thanks to these amazing local businesses that have gone out of their way to support us during the Covid-19 pandemic. The local business support, along with the local community and people from further afield is playing a vital role in getting us through the winter months.  THANK YOU SO MUCH Xx Please click here for more information.

Conservation Projects

It is the duty of all who keep rare species to do whatever they can to promote a healthy captive population. We work with British, European and international breeding schemes.

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Our Story

Paradise Park was opened in 1973. It was Mike Reynolds who first had the idea of creating a place which could be home to his growing collection of birds.

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