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There’s so much to see and do at Banham Zoo and always something new to discover! See tigers, leopards, sea lions, giraffe and monkeys, and our amazing subtropical house ‘Eureka!’, home to sloths, birds and luscious planting, will be rediscovered this year with a South America theme, including a new arrival – Dwarf Caiman.
Enjoy a full day out with plenty of activities to thrill and entertain you and your family, or maybe even treat yourself to one of our fantastic on the day experiences getting closer to either our tigers, cheetahs, owls, giraffe, armadillo, iguana, meerkats or gelada baboons.
Join us for our daily animal feeding talks, ‘Amazing Animals!’ presentations and one of the most exciting ‘Birds of Prey’ displays in the UK! Also enjoy the Free Safari Road train; indoor and outdoor play areas and fun and interactive sessions in our ‘Activities & Education Centre’.
See beautiful big cats such as Amur tigers, snow leopards, cheetahs and our beautiful but rare Sri Lankan leopards. Spot a huge range of primates including lemurs, monkeys and siamangs as well as our feathered friends such as flamingos, owls, parrots and ibis. ‘Penguin Cove’ also offers our guests the chance to see some of Africa’s coastal birds up close – including our colony of black-footed penguins who breed regularly here at Banham Zoo.
To round off the perfect family day out, the Zoo offers an excellent choice of eating facilities, a fantastic gift shop, free car parking, disabled facilities and much more.
We have many exciting events taking place throughout the year, so check out our website or follow Banham Zoo’s social media to ensure you don’t miss out!
British & Irish Association of Zoos & Aquariums (BIAZA)
BIAZA is the professional body representing the best zoos and aquariums in Britain and Ireland. Member Collections pride themselves on their excellent animal welfare, education and conservation work. BIAZA supports them in their work and helps promote the work of good zoos and aquariums.
For more information please visit www.biaza.org.uk
European Association of Zoos & Aquaria (EAZA)
EAZA represents and links European zoos and aquaria and members are dedicated to providing their visitors with rewarding experiences and their animals with optimal care. EAZA zoos and aquaria play a vital role in conservation by promoting an increase in public and political awareness of the necessity for conservation and by actively participating in managed breeding programmes.
For more information please visit www.eaza.net
The World Association of Zoos and Aquariums (WAZA)
The World Association of Zoos and Aquariums is the “umbrella” organisation for the world zoo and aquarium community. Its members include leading zoos and aquariums, and regional and national Associations of Zoos and Aquariums, as well as some affiliate organisations, such as zoo veterinarians or zoo educators, from all around the world. Together they are ‘United for Conservation’
For more information please visit www.waza.org
The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species
The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species™ provides taxonomic, conservation status and distribution information on plants and animals that have been globally evaluated using the IUCN Red List Categories and Criteria. This system is designed to determine the relative risk of extinction, and the main purpose of the IUCN Red List is to catalogue and highlight those plants and animals that are facing a higher risk of global extinction (i.e. those listed as Critically Endangered, Endangered and Vulnerable).
For more information please visit www.iucnredlist.org
Saola Working Group
The Saola Working Group (SWG) is part of the Asian Wild Cattle Specialist Group of the IUCN Species Survival Commission (SSC). The SWG was formed in 2006 in recognition of the need for urgent, coordinated action to save the saola from extinction.
For more information please visit www.savethesaola.org
Save the Rhino
Save the Rhino International’s vision is for all five rhino species to thrive in the wild for future generations. They collaborate with partners to support endangered rhinos in Africa and Asia.
For more information please visit www.savetherhino.org
AEECL is a charitable organisation run by a consortium of European Zoos, working for Madagascar’s highly endangered lemurs through cooperation with the Malagasy people.
For more information please visit www.aeecl.org
Norfolk + Suffolk Tourist Attractions
Norfolk + Suffolk Tourist Attractions is the trade association for tourist attractions in Norfolk and Suffolk. They work to promote tourism in Norfolk and Suffolk and help their members by developing products and projects that bring mutual benefit.
For more information please visit www.norfolkandsuffolkattractions.co.uk
The Suffolk Coast
The Suffolk Coast is a popular destination for family holidays, nature lovers and beach-goers alike. Plan the perfect holiday with this ultimate Suffolk guide.
For more information please visit www.thesuffolkcoast.co.uk
Visit East Anglia
Visit East Anglia is the region’s official tourism website. It’s time you visited East Anglia. We have everything from beach holidays, rural escapes and cultural experiences all within easy reach.
For more information please visit their website www.visiteastofengland.com
Natural World Art Society
The Natural World Art Society are an art group whose membership includes professional and amateur artists who have a passion for wildlife, conservation and wildlife art.
We hold regular exhibitions at our home Gallery at Banham Zoo, Norfolk.
The Art Gallery, which is located on the approach to the main entrance at the Zoo, is our new home, continuing the association we have had with Banham Zoo and ZSEA for the past twenty years.
Admission to our Gallery is free of charge, and there is no need to purchase admission to the Zoo
For more information please visit www.naturalworldartsociety.co.uk